Statistics and figures are vital in demonstrating what’s going on in society but it’s stories that cut through, stay with us, and have the ability to challenge and change our perceptions on issues we may not have experienced. And listening helps us find the solutions to these issues. There is no more powerful way to hear a story than directly from the person who has experienced it. Series 4 of our Being the Story podcast out this Friday 11th October will introduce the listener to a dynamic range of storytellers who’ll be putting a spotlight on everything from growing up in foster care to solutions to knife crime, restorative justice to ageing well and more.
sounddelivery offers a wide range of digital storytelling services, from bespoke training for expert citizens and in-house teams, to project partnerships, consultancy, story gathering and content creation.
We can help you maximise your impact through storytelling
Unlock the potential of digital storytelling within your organisation
Give a voice to the people and communities you support
Change perceptions, influence policy and raise funds through firsthand stories.
Connect to the media and those who have the power to create positive change.
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"Without your support my story would still be inside."Sam Smith, Support the Youth
From our blog
Over the course of Lockdown, we have worked with Z2K to bring together people with experience of Universal Credit and the Private Rented Sector (PRS) using online groups to counter some of the isolation of Lockdown and give voice to their views on what Life After Lockdown should look like. In this guest blog Rose Bernstein, Z2K’s Tenants Voice and Campaigns Officer talks about the workshops, stories and their campaign.
Amanda Hailes is part of the Hull-based women’s collective An Untold Story, who have all been involved in street prostitution in Hull and their book An Untold Story tells the stories of their lives through poetry, interviews, prose and artwork. In this guest blog she talks about their recent collaboration with artists Henry/Bragg on the photo exhibition ‘Absence of Evidence’; 14 images honouring 14 women, friends, who have died. Amanda is also part of our Being the Story Spokesperson Network.
We run two annual flagship events for the charity sector demonstrating the art of storytelling and how to harness it.
There are no upcoming events scheduled at the moment. Please check back soon for more details.