In today’s over media-ized world it is easy for one to feel lost and insignificant or believe how we our our company could possibly have any true meaningful impact, or simply make a difference.
Well I have some great news for you!
Thanks to you and your company believing in “The Military Families Story Project” by sponsoring our remarkable storytelling gift subscriptions /activities powered by TheVoiceLibrary.net
On April 5th we delivered #100 Military Families Story Project subscriptions to the VA Hospital in Manchester NH Dir. of Volunteer Service Officer Debra Krinsky. Your gifts will be shared with extended families, as well as with professionals in palliative – cancer- pulmonary- hospice care.
All to help strengthen family bonds, and support the healing process in a more human and soulful way. (Growing body of scientific evidence – on how storytelling aids in the healing process) * We have also agreed to help train hospital volunteers and professionals with classes in fun creative ways to engage patients and their families to play a greater roll in the healing process.
We have been approached by Families of First Responders to expand this project to include them.
The YMCA Exeter NH has agreed to become “Home Base” designated meeting space for this expanding and exciting classes , activities, and projects. (See press release on this announcement). Due to this expansion the Military Families Story Project will be renamed to: Military & First Responders Family Story Project.
With Gratitude for your continuing support and trust:
Military Families Story Project
Brief History of the Project
We were challenged in 2010 by Clair D. of Stratham NH, wife of a NH National Air Guards man to get local sponsors to provide Gift Subscriptions for Military families and distribute them. The Military Families Story Project – powered by TheVoiceLibrary.net was born.*Sept. 20110 Invited to the Pentagon by Col. Philbrook of the suicide prevention task force, to be involved in pre and post deployments. *From Dec. 2011 to April 2018 – #842 gift subscriptions were distributed through 9 military based family organizations and non-profits.*From Dec. 2011 to April 2018 – #842 gift subscriptions were distributed through 9 military based family organizations and non-profits.