The Hope For 100 Campaign aims to gather the stories of others to show the collective impact hope can make.
At a time when the negative, the bleak and the hateful snag headlines across the globe, we seek to shine out a positive message of compassion, respect and dignity. And we want to do it with your help.
Share your story with us and inspire others to move forward with hope. We are seeking 100 stories to share as part of The Butterfly Project’s Hope For 100 campaign. For 100 days, we’ll share the stories and reflect on its message—listening to the hopes, the dreams and the experiences of people across the country.
To participate, all you need to do is:
- Shoot a video: What does hope mean to you? Have you ever had your mind changed by someone else and it moved you? What’s your hope for the future? How has hope triumphed hate for you? Speak your truth and send it out into the world.
- Send it to us: Email your video to us at firstname.lastname@example.org From the submissions, we’ll choose 100 to share out as part of the campaign.
- Share with your network: We need a chorus of positive voices to drown out the negativity online. Regardless of if you’re selected, please share your video with the world and hashtag it with #StandWithHope + tag @butterflypjct.
Our first video comes from Mayor Sylvester Turner: