"I'm here for 2nd degree murder, I'm a battered woman. It was domestic violence," Inmate Crystal Potter said.
Potter is paying her debt to society by serving 15 years to life for her crime. But, she says she wants to do more.
"There is not enough money, there are not enough words that can really heal the wounds that we have caused," Potter said.
Last year she sent a letter to the nation's largest victim compensation program explaining how members of LTO had raised more than $138,000 to help local charities such as victim services.
"Our organization works in ways to rehabilitate prisoners by reaching out into the community and giving back in anyway we can," Potter wrote in a letter. "We may never gain the trust or the forgiveness of our victims, but to do now, what we should have been doing from the very beginning."