PHILLIPS HILL - PERRY FOUNDATION
"StRENgthENiNg thE commuNity oNe fAmily At A timE"
"All About Our Youth"
Here's a "snap shot" of what we've been doing
Phillips Hill-Perry Foundation has been very active in the community helping the youth learn about heritage and culture.
Virginia Historical Society
Thank you to Adria Dunn (VCU DaVinci Center for Innovation), and Dr. Kendra Cabler (VCU DaVinci Center for Innovation Asst. Director of Access, Inclusion and Community) for being an awesome tour guide. The kids truly enjoyed the experience of visiting the campus of the "Rams".
Developing leaders with good character and appropriate behavior is very important, and aligns with the "Mission" of Phillips Hill-Perry Foundation.
A special thanks to Dr. Shedrick McCall Jr. (VSU Physiology Professor),for showing the kids around Virginia State University's Campus. Inspiring young minds start thinking about higher education.
Thank you Julia Sheppard (WTVR News Anchor) for showing the children that a career in mass communications and journalism could be so much fun. "A cool place to work", is what the kids were saying during the tour of the station.
"Leading By Example"
Service To Others
Maggie L. Walker Museum
December 2019, you can see Arika Phillips the organization's CEO, serving the staff (Assistant Principal Mr. Johnson) at Providence Elementary School's annual "Staff Holiday Breakfast". Since the year 2016, the Phillips Hill-Perry Foundation sponsors a staff breakfast for all staff as a way of showing appreciation to all who work tirelessly with our youth everyday.
Tredegar Ironworks museum
Chesterfield County Public School's system would be force to completely shut down. New concepts for learning were introduced in the form of "virtual learning".
Collaborative arts & crafts project
"Fall Into Art"
Fall Is A Beautiful Time Of Year
Here are some photos of what we're currently doing in addition to learning virtually.
Tribute to Breast Cancer
Ms. Z discussing a food science project with the children after completion.
Phillips Hill-Perry Community Center located in North Chesterfield to provide youth programming and services to young adults and families.
October 2020, Phillips Hill-Perry Foundation Community Center held their first annual "Harvest Party. A fun filled evening of games, crafts, costumes, and slime. The children enjoyed themselves as they participated at four activity stations. Pumpkin decorating, cupcake decorating, board games, and a slime station. Food, candy, and other goodies were giving out as we celebrated the harvest time of year.
"Harvest Fest 2020"
Board Member Matthew Fore embracing the challenge of making "slime".
"Let the games begin"
Just take a look at those costumes worn by everyone including Mrs. Arika Phillips. All of the children were awarded prizes for their costumes.
Dressed if full costume, Ms. Z helps the children decorate sweet treats (cookies & cupcakes).
"We All Scream For Ice Cream"
Food science project making home made ice-cream in a bag
"Let the fun begin"
Shake shake shake!
Z's Food Science Projects
"Learning A Lot About Ingredients And What They Do"
Turkey Day Arts & Crafts
Starch finder project
"Let me put my spin on it"
Create your hypothesis?