VISION

Perrin Family Foundation envisions a Connecticut where young people are vital leaders in creating safe, healthy and just communities.

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Thank you @CTphilanthropy for the mention! It is critical to us that we take active stances on the issues that shape the communities,from local to national, that our grantee partners and their allies are addressing every day.

#CCP2018 RT @Perrinfamilyfdn: “We have to have a reckoning with how we define risk and how we understand it - and the reality is, we have to give the money away anyway, so what is the relative risk that we’re talking about?” - Laura

“It’s often been that we have to come calling around prescribed, narrow boxes that don’t fit us” - Bishop Selders @MoralMondayCT

“We have to have a reckoning with how we define risk and how we understand it - and the reality is, we have to give the money away anyway, so what is the relative risk that we’re talking about?” - Laura

“The reporters said we were disorganized, and New London is said to be a bad school so they added onto that. They even tried to bash @NLYouthVoices, but we’ve had even more people coming to our organization. They gave us a better name, and I’m dedicated” - Aaliyah

“The secretary of the student government was giving a speech and I was mad because what she was saying felt like ‘Yeah it’s the first time it happened’. So I took the mic from her and said they were taking our student rights from us by not letting us walk out”

“Often when we think about ‘disruption’ in philanthropy we think ‘There’s a process for this! Talk to the people in-charge’, and frequently when young people of color go knocking on doors to power they get shot and they get killed. So what I’m hearing is risk. ” - Laura

Andhrose: “A lot of folks at the school wanted to walk out, but they didn’t have a plan. We had a plan, though.” @NLYouthVoices

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