Every day, we hear stories of resilient families that have bounced back from great challenges.

Stories of hope…and stories of struggle. Through these stories we are gathering nuggets of wisdom about the ways in which things could, and should, be going better…to make OUR TOMORROWS brighter.

Every day, we hear stories of resilient families that have bounced back from great challenges.

 

Stories of hope…and stories of struggle. Through these stories we are gathering nuggets of wisdom about the ways in which things could, and should, be going better…to make OUR TOMORROWS brighter.

Go to bit.ly/OurTomorrows Share a story, only a couple of sentences are needed. It’s similar to a Facebook or Twitter post.

Tell us what the story means to you by answering a few questions about it.

Submit the story you shared.

ABOUT THE OUR TOMORROWS PROJECT

Parents, children, aunts, uncles, partners – all of us have families, and all of us have something important to share about our lives and interactions. We know there’s much to be learned from all kinds of stories, with all kinds of outcomes. We’re hopeful that the stories we collect will be used to shape policy and programming decisions in your community and across the country. Through OUR TOMORROWS, you get the opportunity to share and reflect, and we get to hear your unique perspective. Using a story-based research tool called SenseMaker, we will examine the patterns and stories in-depth, allowing us to gain new understanding about what families need to thrive. Your contribution to the story collection will make a difference.

Join Our Tomorrows and get access to our resources page.

Our Tomorrows: Sharing Your Story to Help Build a Better Tomorrow

Learn why the Our Tomorrows Project is important and how we’re hoping to inform policy and programs across the country with what we learn.

Join us for a Community Sensemaking Workshop

From March through August 2019, Our Tomorrows is hosting 10 – 15 Community Sensemaking Workshops across the state of Kansas to make sense of Our Tomorrows data and inform Community Action Labs. During the workshops, we will discuss assumptions, make sense of patterns, and uncover themes and opportunities for change.

If you will represent your organization, enter it here. If not, please leave this field blank.

Entering your information here will also enroll you for updates about the project and opportunities to get further involved. You may opt out of emails in the future.