Mama Hope

The story of the founding of Mama Hope and the work they do for victims of HIV in Kenya.
For full story go here.

Back On My Feet Chicago

We follow 3 homeless runners as they take on the Chicago Marathon with the help of Back on My Feet Chicago ( For the full story click here.

Neet Feet

Storytellers for Good profiles the winner of the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation’s Extreme Kindness Challenge. Meet a New Mexico woman who is changing lives with her unique art.

Mandela Marketplace

Mandela Marketplace makes fresh organic produce available to the residents of West Oakland. This piece chronicles their work and the lives they’ve impacted.

Project Grace

Project Grace helps people who have suffered the loss of a loved one heal through service and sharing. Our story follows one group as they help build a school in Nicaragua.

Each One Reach One

Each One Reach One provides tutoring and mentoring programs for incarcerated youth. Our story profiles the journey of one young man who, with the help of tutors and this unique playwriting program, was able to get his GED and beat the odds.
For full story go here.

Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors

The Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors provides sailing opportunities for disabled people in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our story follows four members of the organization with various disabilities who, with the help of adapted vessels and each other, are able to sail the San Francisco Bay every weekend.
For full story go here.

The Principled Academy

Based in San Leandro, CA, The Principled Academy is a K-8 school that teaches character education, academic excellence and partnership of home, school and community.


5 Responses to Videos

  1. hijin hodge says:

    cara, it was very nice meeting you at nipun’s gathering for Deepak Chopra…
    love your work and great to know that there are so many like minded people out there. please keep spreading your goodness and let’s spread it together sometime. if you are ever in half moon bay, please come and see us!

  2. [...] “Mama Hope,” from Storytellers for Good. [...]

  3. Ejay Moore says:

    Wow! So heartwarming to see the opposite of the self-absorbed, Me Me Me behavior for which Americans have become known. Everybody can help somebody. Great stories!!

    • admin says:

      Thanks Ejay – that is precisely our intention. We appreciate you taking the time to let us know we are suceeding in some small measure. There are a lot of great stories still to tell.

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