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To STOP THE REVOLVING PRISON DOORS by doing whatever it takes to reach the unreachable and hurting and to offer them a second chance at life, aiding them in their restoration and growth towards becoming a self- sufficient crime-free citizen who will not return to prison. 


Our vision is to reduce the recidivism rate (returning to prison) by helping the ex-inmate become a crime-free productive citizen again.


Our goal is to STOP THE REVOLVING PRISON DOORS. We do this by Christians mentoring and discipling the ex-inmates as they re-enter a free society by means of Christian-based transitional houses.


It is said that 4 out of 10 offenders return to state prison within 3 years of release.

Tom Allanson
Susan Whitt
Lee Robbins

Founder & CEO

Tom Allanson was incarcerated for 16 years, and became a Christian while in prison. He felt called to minister to lost inmates in prison and prisoners upon release. He was the president of the first Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship International (FGBMFI) prison ministry. Upon release from prison he became chapter president of the FGBMFI in Cumming, GA and served as field representative over the prison ministry. Later he became FGBMFI’s national director of prison ministry. He started an aftercare ministry in 1993, and then began SFAC in his home in 2004. He attended Ministry Ventures’ training for two years to learn how to operate a ministry. His college degree is from the University of Georgia. 

Board Member & Accountant

Bookkeeper and Accountant since the beginning of SFAC Ministries.

Susan Whitt has over 20 years bookkeeping experience. Specializing in Small Business Accounting and Non Profit Accounting. She has been in business since 2003. Proficient in QuickBooks and a member of the Intuit Pro Advisor Program, and also a member of American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers, AIPB.org. She is also a member of the Better Business Bureau.  She serves as Board Member of 3 Non Profits in the Cumming area. She has been married for 23 years and has 3 beautiful children.

Board Member

Lee has, for the last 5 years, enjoyed serving as a Re-entry Coach and Motivational speaker at Philips Transitional Center and State Prison. He has provided housing, job and life skill training, and spiritual economic empowerment to hundreds of Returning Citizens (Ex-Offenders).

Currently, Lee serves as Gwinnett Community Coordinator for the Department of Community Supervision (www.dcs.georgia.gov.)

He is the Founder/CEO of Life Empowerment Enterprises, Inc., a Life Coaching and Certification company providing coaching services in various areas. For more information go to www.leerobbins.com.

Richard Dingler

Board Member/House Director

Richard has been with SFAC for over 9 years, He lives and serves SFAC 24/7 and  as a mentor he is the essential link to the residents and their return to society.  After a man has been incarcerated for a number of years, the world is like a different planet and he has to re-learn how to cope with the world.  Richard has patience and love for these men.  He is also their transportation to and from work, church, and even the store.  SFAC is blessed to have Richard.


Rev. Stephen King

Board Member

Rev. Stephen King married his high school sweetheart, Bobbie, 46 years ago and together they have 6 children. He has been an ordained minister of the gospel since July of 2005 and a Hope Minister of Mount Paran North Church of God since May 2012.


Rev. King began his professional occupation with Lockheed Martin in 1983 and is currently an Engineering Liaison Planner supporting several aircraft programs. During his years of employment, Lockheed Martin and the U.S. President’s Counsel of Service and Civil Participation have recognized Rev. King on multiple occasions for his community service while volunteering for Setfree After Care, Cobb County ADC Chaplaincy, Georgia Department of Corrections Chaplaincy and The Jacob House Project.


He is an avid motorcyclist and enjoys singing and making music videos



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Tom Allanson, Executive Director

3482 Keith Bridge Road

Box 108

Cumming, GA 30041