Jeri Saper, WSP’s Technology Chair met with the Lockhart volunteer team today for a tech refresher! We appreciate the help and support you’ve provided over the years!
Connect Kindness founders, Krystal Aziz and Tim Evans interviewed Judith Dullnig for their podcast series.
Connect Kindness’ mission is to connect people with nonprofit organizations to inspire kindness. By featuring organizations and events on their website, social media and podcast, they’ve created a platform for people to easily give back in their communities.
You can read a copy of the article HERE, but it’s really fun to see it in the magazine stands. Already there have been several emails from several states. Of course, there wouldn’t be a Women’s Storybook Project without YOU! Thank you, All.
Give this a read to see what WSP has been up to over the past year. From prison visits to the many successful and inspiring stories received from the mothers, caregivers and children whom we support.
Among the upcoming events highlighted in our newsletter, you will find information about our new prison unit, Volunteer Spotlight, details about our upcoming events, as well as information about our latest initiatives, most recent publications and generous donors. Click here to view!
Judith joined Katy Mitchell, WSP volunteer, and her team for lunch at Google’s new offices in downtown Austin. Thank you, Google Team, for designing an app for Women’s Storybook Project! We’re so excited to begin our pilot program and to have technology in place as the availability of CDs diminishes.
If you would like to give to Women’s Storybook Project in honor of your own mom this Mother’s Day, you may do so here:
A $25 donation will cover the cost of “The Invisible String“, a padded mailer and a CD. By honoring someone with a donation this Mother’s Day, you will help connect more incarcerated mothers with their children. Your generosity will impact the lives of children here in Central Texas and beyond.
New WSP volunteer and The University of Texas at Austin student, Sheryl Streder-Becker decided to do her research paper on Women’s Storybook Project of Texas. Here are a few shots that a classmate took at the beginning of her presentation. Sheryl followed up to let us know everything went well and her classmates were interested in the program. Thanks for taking the time to visit with us to learn more about the Storybook Project! #volunteer #TurningPagesTurningLives