The Alderson Hospitality House supports the women of the Federal Prison Camp Alderson and their friends and families. We believe in the importance of visitors during incarceration. Our volunteers and staff, through donations, demonstrate this belief by providing temporary lodging, meals, transportation assistance, information and support.
Since AHH opened in 1977, there have been more than 50,000 overnight guests from all over the world. We do not charge for our services, but rely only on the generosity of our guests and friends of the house for operating funds. We are not part of, nor do we receive any assistance from the Federal Bureau of Prisons, any church or religious organization, any government entity or any corporation. Our staff, who live and work at AHH, and Board of Directors, who are local community leaders, are all volunteers.
Call for Recipes
We want your family recipes!! AHH is putting together a cookbook, and it won’t be complete without your contributions! Please send any recipes to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name and, if the recipe isn’t your original creation, the name and author of the cookbook where you found it!
Past editions of our newsletter, The Trumpet, are now archived and available for viewing on our website.