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Recently unemployed and homeless, Travis moved to New York to look for new opportunities. He’s come a long way since living on a reservation with his former wife in Arizona, before their divorce forced him back east where he lived  with his father in Tennessee for many years.

Recently unemployed and homeless, Travis moved to New York to look for new opportunities. He’s come a long way since living on a reservation with his former wife in Arizona, before their divorce forced him back east where he lived with his father in Tennessee for many years.

Help  and other catastrophically injured veterans live more independent lives by donating to OurBravest.org. Your donation will help build a Smart Home tailored to the specific injuries of each severely wounded veteran like Enlist. Go to ourbravest.org to find out more.

Help and other catastrophically injured veterans live more independent lives by donating to OurBravest.org. Your donation will help build a Smart Home tailored to the specific injuries of each severely wounded veteran like Enlist. Go to ourbravest.org to find out more.

Stories are key to all fundraising appeals. But what if your organization works with at-risk people? How do you tell their stories?

How to Tell Fundraising Stories That Won't Put People at Risk

Stories are key to all fundraising appeals. But what if your organization works with at-risk people? How do you tell their stories?

Katie Widmar was diagnosed with cancer just days after turning 18 years-old. To help herself keep positive throughout her treatment, Katie always kept a blanket with her for comfort.   Now, with her treatment successfully behind her, she and her mother return every December to the Lurie Cancer Center and Northwestern Memorial’s Prentice Women’s Hospital to provide that same comfort to others as part of their non-profit, Covers of Comfort.

Katie Widmar was diagnosed with cancer just days after turning 18 years-old. To help herself keep positive throughout her treatment, Katie always kept a blanket with her for comfort. Now, with her treatment successfully behind her, she and her mother return every December to the Lurie Cancer Center and Northwestern Memorial’s Prentice Women’s Hospital to provide that same comfort to others as part of their non-profit, Covers of Comfort.

3 Tips for Telling Stories That Move People to Action - The Chronicle of Philanthropy

3 Tips for Telling Stories That Move People to Action - The Chronicle of Philanthropy

TechSoup Names Winners of Its Annual Storymakers Contest

TechSoup Names Winners of Its Annual Storymakers Contest

In her work, the photographer Joey O’Loughlin captures the diverse reality of New York’s food pantry lines.

In her work, the photographer Joey O’Loughlin captures the diverse reality of New York’s food pantry lines.

9 Storytelling Mistakes Your Nonprofit May Be Making

9 Storytelling Mistakes Your Nonprofit May Be Making

Nonprofits tell a lot of stories. But are they the right ones, told in the right way? Here are nine mistakes you could be making.

Tell your visual story with images of the people your non-profit serves.

Tell your visual story with images of the people your non-profit serves.

"The Importance of Support with Hepatitis C" posted today @www.lifebeyondhepatitisc.com  http://www.lifebeyondhepatitisc.com/2016/10/importance-support-hepatitis-c/

"The Importance of Support with Hepatitis C" posted today @www.lifebeyondhepatitisc.com http://www.lifebeyondhepatitisc.com/2016/10/importance-support-hepatitis-c/

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