SAN QUENTIN - Five community groups will receive more than $7,200 each in a ceremony at San Quentin State Prison.

The groups will share $36,029.14 taken from inmate wages under Proposition 139, the Prison Inmate Labor Initiative. The law, passed by voters in 1990, dedicates 20 percent of wages for victim assistance groups.

Lt. Samuel Robinson, spokesman for the prison, said the recipients this year include three Marin organizations: Canal Community Alliance, Center for Domestic Peace and Sunny Hills Services for children. The other two groups, both based in Alameda County, are Bay Area Women Against Rape and the East Oakland Youth Development Center.