NEWS AND UPDATES


Here you can find some of our biggest moments of the last few months!


December 2018

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8TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY SOIREE

We recently celebrated our 8th Annual Holiday Soiree for Foster and Adoptive Youth and Adults. This was one of the greatest highlights of the 2018 year at Partnerships for Permanence! We had a lot of supporters and donors that contributed to make this a memorable event. A special thanks to our event sponsors and planning committee members.


October 2018

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BUSH CONNECT EVENT

It was great to finally be in a space with like-minded folks at the BushConnect event yesterday! It was a wonderful experience that reminded us - we are not alone. Despite the challenges and push back we sometimes face, we have to keep moving forward no matter what. Three key messages:

#1 Our stories do matter.

#2 Turn disadvantages into advantages.

#3 Collaboration is possible.

You just have to find people who share the same vision and can imagine the big picture even when you can't see it yet. Special thanks to Bush Foundation for the event and Danielle from Propel for the invite.


September 2018

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POLLEN MIDWEST AND PROPEL NONPROFITS TRAINING

A huge thanks to Pollen Midwest and Propel Nonprofits for a great training in September. Our team enjoyed learning about Donor Engagement and Fundraising. A special thanks to our wonderful team, Board of Directors, and Donors. Your unwavering support is deeply appreciated and cheers to many more amazing projects with opportunities to expand our work and team.


July 2018

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TOMORROW’S LEADERS TODAY

Partnerships for Permanence had a great time at the Tomorrow's Leaders Today Conference in Duluth! TLT is designed to show young people aging out of foster care that they have potential as leaders, to teach them leadership skills, and to identify ways they can become participating citizens in their communities. Our team did an amazing job training child welfare youth and professionals!


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