GOOD Maker, a tool to help people make good things happen, wants to know how you would use storytelling to unite your community and bring people together and is asking you to tell us how you use storytelling to unite and improve your community:
Propose an idea that will allow people to share their experiences, express themselves, or educate others on a certain topic. Whether you want to tell micro-tales via post-it notes, create and distribute interviews from people in line at the coffee shop, or host a storytelling evening for children, tell us how $3,000 would help your project succeed, and you could win a grant to make it happen.
Entrants are asked to submit a proposal by June 12, noon Pacific Time. From June 12 to July 3, proposals will be open for public voting. Entrants can rally their colleagues and friends to get behind their effort and join the GOOD community in selecting the winner.