Legacy Partner/Other Recurring Gifts As a Legacy Partner your monthly donation will help to support a full time staff member who is 100% focused on bringing awareness as well as creating relationships with future donors and partners. As a recurring financial partner you will be involved in the ongoing work of supporting Stories Foundation. We
Food Truck We are launching the Stories Freedom Truck summer 2016! The Stories Food Truck will: Increase human trafficking awareness and spread the Stories Vision. Support local & International non profits through food truck sales. Be a presence of love to the local community through great coffee and really good food. Stay tuned for how
Host a Storyteller Event! Bring awareness about human trafficking right to your living room! We will send a Storyteller to your home to bring education about human trafficking. Invite your friends, provide some treats, and we will do the rest! Interested? Have questions? Fill out the form below.
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Superhero 5K Family Walk Run – Be a Hero. Fight Injustice. The average cost of a person being sold into slavery today is $90. In order to see a change in how we view each other it is going to be a For the Community, By the Community effort. The Stories Superhero 5K is an
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There are many ways to partner with us here at Stories Foundation! Check out the list below and if you don’t see your skill set listed, that doesn’t mean we don’t want to be on team with you! Send us an email with where you would like to serve and any additional ideas – we
Imagine a room with a large oblong table with anywhere between 5 to 25 women seated around it and a large buffet style meal set up at a table off to the side. This is what the women who attend the Northside Women’s Space (NWS) groups walk into every Tuesday at 12:00pm. The group lasts
This month we want to help you take your next step by shining a light on what is going on in our city, our community and the people who are committing with their time every day to make a difference. First up, we asked Anna Heruth from Writing in the Sand, a ministry of the
In our last post we challenged you to take one step toward fighting for justice. Since January is human trafficking awareness month we hope to help you see the issues of trafficking in our state, cities and suburbs a little clearer. Below are a list of articles taken from the justice.gov site in November and