Getting started is as easy as 1 - 2 - 3. First, view examples of stories. Second, participate in the training. Finally, submit your story. Aside from helping us spread the word about your good work, there are unrestricted donation awards for the grantees whose work is selected for publishing. To be considered for publication, grantees must submit narratives by Oct. 15, 2016.
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There are many ways to tell a story. For Kaleidoscope, we are focusing on videos or written narratives with optional photos. View Gallery...
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Durango High School Health Center

The Durango High School Health Center nurse assured 16-year-old Danielle Warwick that the troublesome lump was probably nothing to worry about but recommended she have an ultrasound just to be safe, something the clinic could not provide. Unfortunately Danielle did not have insurance. See More...

Salud Family Health Centers

By the time Jesse Richard was 10-years-old, he had been to the dentist only once. By the age of 15, with no insurance and no one to teach him good oral hygiene, his teeth were in pretty bad shape and he was learning to live with pain. Read More...

Grantees, Submit Your Own

Now it's your turn to tell us a story. Is there someone your organization has helped become healthier, access much-needed insurance or health care? These are compelling stories that illustrate effective ways nonprofit organizations like yours are stepping in to fill the ever-widening gaps in health and health care for Coloradans. Share your story through the Kaleidoscope lens.