Summary of your impact in 2017 and a look at three ways you can impact local youth in 2018.
By promoting literacy for our youth, you help increase informed decision-making, personal empowerment, and active participation in our communities.
Please consider giving this holiday season through one (or several!) of these organizations’ initiatives.
Megan Lynch – one of the first people we interviewed – has written a book! Come find out what she’s been up to and get a chance to have your copy signed!
Read Sister Pam’s perspective on providing comfort to others. “It has taken the nine years I have been ministering full-time as a Chaplain to grow into ‘going to be with’ instead of ‘going to do something.’
Caring for others is always a risk. We risk losing them. We risk failing them. What if it doesn’t work out?
Meet Be About Change scholarship recipient, Lucki, and read her essay about Girls, Inc.
Meet Be About Change scholarship recipient, Hayden, and read her essay about The Dancer Project.
“Reconnect to release fear. Forgiveness is probably the most powerful tool human beings can use right now.” -Geoff Palmer
Meet Be About Change scholarship recipient, Darchelle, and read her essay about Nashville’s W.O. Smith Music School.
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