Special Edition – Missoula Gives 2022


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Break’s Over!

Man drinking beverage on side of dirt road. Horse drawn carriage next to him (via Montana Archives)

You know the importance of storytelling. You know the importance of sharing stories. And some of you have already stepped up to help keep Tell Us Something going. Missoula Gives has been extended through May 13.

So far 62 donors have given $6,327 to support Tell Us Something. Every dollar helps. Donating as little as $10 enters you into a raffle to win season tickets for the remainder of 2022.

The giving portal is still open.

For this week’s podcast, we’re exploring why Tell Us Something is important to the storytellers themselves. Let’s hear from the storytellers what they love about Tell Us Something, what they love about their experience sharing their stories.

Storytellers, in order of appearance: (you can click the links to hear their stories)

Dick King

Katrina Farnum

Jeremy N. Smith

Laura King

Melody Rice

Wendy Wollett

Neil McMahon

Travis Doria

Shelby Humphreys

Becca Kelly

Greg Johnson

Ric Parnell

You subscribe to the podcast. You bought tickets to the live in-person shows. Did you donate to the live-streamed shows that we did in 2020? Because the very first live-streamed show that we did had over 700 attendees watching live. Tell Us Something paid all of the storytellers. Tell Us Something paid the American Sign Language interpreters. The event was donation-based. Did you donate? Because I can tell you that less than 100 people donated for that initial show that we live streamed.

You “like” Tell Us Something on social media. You subscribe to the podcast. Sometimes you are able to attend the in-person events. Sometimes you share your story. Now is the time to help keep Tell Us Something going. We need your help to make up the losses that the pandemic caused.

Thank you for supporting Tell Us Something during the Missoula Gives event!



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