Football Beyond Borders (FBB) is a charity changing the lives of young people who are passionate about football but may be disengaged at school, providing long-term support, built around relationships and young people’s passions. They started their ‘Isolation Diaries’ in March to highlight the stories of 10 members of the FBB family, a mix of young people, parents, teachers and practitioners at the start of lockdown. In this guest blog we hear from two young people from the FBB family who have been recording their isolation diaries.
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.
What people have said about us
"I have used my lived experience to advise VOICES of Stoke, a Big Lottery-funded programme testing alternative approaches to tackling multiple needs and media prejudice and stereotypes.sounddelivery training and mentoring have helped develop my skills in media training, public speaking, filmmaking and blogging leading to online articles for the Guardian and a BBC Radio4 interview. This has built my self-confidence enabling me to share my story."Darren Murinas, Expert Citizen
From our blog
Ric Flo is an Artist, Motion Graphic Designer, Rap Workshop Facilitator and Foster Care Advocate. He uses the art of rap and his experience in foster care to encourage positivity in young people through creative workshops. In this guest blog Ric shares some thoughts on his own experiences of racism growing up in Foster Care.
Right now, listening feels more important than ever. Listening to people’s experiences, listening to solutions. Listening has always been core to our work, working alongside people with important stories to tell to feel confident and able to tell them in their own ways and in their own words. Our Being the Story podcast offers a chance to stop and listen to new voices.
We run two annual flagship events for the charity sector demonstrating the art of storytelling and how to harness it.