SOCIAL JUSTICE

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One of the Foundation's leading missions is creating an equal and fair society. By supporting various causes and initiatives, the Foundation helps fight discrimination and inequality, advocating for minorities, giving voice to those who have none, and making sure every person will have an equal opportunity, regardless of gender, race, or religion.  

FIGHTING INJUSTICE

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FUNDING REFORM 

The Innocence Project is a nonprofit legal organization that is committed to exonerating individuals who it claims have been wrongly convicted. By using DNA testing and attempting to reform the criminal justice system, the organization prevents future injustice. The Innocence Project's mission is to "free the staggering number of innocent people who remain incarcerated and to bring reform to the system responsible for their unjust imprisonment."


The Perlmutters have pledged more than half a million dollars to the Innocence Project's mission to exonerate wrongfully convicted people and prevent future wrongful convictions through research and advocacy. It is their hope that through their own form of support and philanthropy, they can assist in reforming a system that has brought about unjust imprisonment. 

SUPPORTING SOCIAL JUSTICE

To advance the Perlmutters' passion for creating a better and equal society, the Foundation supports a wide range of organizations and initiatives - all fighting for social justice:

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VICTORY IN JUSTICE

In a remarkable collaboration between Ike Perlmutter and Lawyer Josh Dubin, both managed to convince President Trump to win clemency for  Jawad Musa, a 56-years-old  serving a mandatory life sentence for a nonviolent drug offense.

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PROMOTING THE DNA PRIVACY BILL

The Perlmutters became advocates of the Florida DNA Privacy Bill following the unlawful collection of their DNA.

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