Add Color to the Colorado KaleidosCOpeOn Oct. 15, the Foundation’s Colorado KaleidosCOpe storytelling campaign will officially end. After five years and more than 50 contributions, the Foundation is closing one door so we can open another. We’re freshening up how we communicate about our work and the difference we make. In the coming months, we will launch a new website and blog that will help us tell an even more compelling story of health. All KaleidosCOpe videos and written narratives will be integrated into the new website. In the meantime, you will be able to find your submitted content on the KaleidosCOpe site through the end of the year and videos will remain on YouTube.
Interested grantees can submit narratives with through Oct. 15, 2016. Those selected for publication will be awarded an unrestricted donation of $5,000 per video and $1,000 per written narrative with optional photography. Learn more about submission criteria. Please contact Carrie Mahan Groce, digital communications manager, with any questions.
If you are a current grantee of the Colorado Health Foundation and you're ready to tell us a story, everything you need to get started is below. All submissions are due by Oct. 15, 2016.
- Watch the Storytelling 101 training above to learn storytelling essentials. Hear from the pros about what makes a good story and how to tell it.
- Download the Storytelling 101 toolkit that provides tips and best practices for your submission.
Whether you work with video or narratives with photography, you will need signed Colorado Health Foundation Authorization and Release Forms
[English Version] [Spanish Version] for each person featured in your submission. Once you have all of your pieces in place, and gone through the
submission entry checklist, you are ready to share your story.