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About The Kinfolk Society

Turning Interest Into Action

Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. Originally named Let Me Love You, The Kinfolk Society emerged October 2020 out of a pursuit of change, a desire for actions to speak louder than words and the need to love.


"We were fed up."

After over a year of talking on the phone to each other day after day venting the frustration at the barriers of change and the unwillingness of people in power to simply care for the people who need it most, Peppur Triplett and Chanel Wells decided to the only thing that could be done is to provide the love the world needs themselves. 


That's how The Kinfolk Society was born. As soon as the idea was planted to start a non-profit, both women immediately  began brainstorming ideas for change and mapping out exactly how they could make it work. 

"We want to create a family for people who don't have one, a family that provides help when people are stuck and can't grab the missing piece needed to push forward. Our vision is to be the missing piece"

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The Kinfolk Society has a social responsibility to maintain transparency, accountability and full disclosure on all operations. We also instill a well implemented code of ethics and remain in compliance with moral and legal codes of conduct. All financial account reporting will be made public including, but not limited to; salaries, program costs and charitable contributions.

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