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Stories that Matter

September 13, 2016

I was moved beyond words at the “My Story Matters” community project at The Road Home homeless shelter in SLC, Utah that was part of the Youngevity See the Change Convention. I was privileged to interview, help with photographs, play, chat, laugh, and cry with these girls (Makayla and Contessa) and their families while making a “My Story Matters” scrapbook (soon to be published by Heritage Makers) for each child.

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I worked side by side with YGY volunteers around the USA and loved the amazing team spirit I felt with each of them.I thoroughly enjoyed seeing genuine smiles on each child’s face while capturing their unique story.

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Over 100 books were made–yippee! (The cute lady in the family pic is a huge scrapbooker and read my magazine for years.) Thanks to Amy Searle Chandler, Sunshine Briskie and Dave Briskie for making this happen! I loved every minute and will go back soon!

– Lisa