Get Inspired
He Traded Single Life to Be Foster "Pop" to more than 50 Kids
Day 44: Family matters! Our families teach us, care for us, and support us. Today, we're inviting you to think about what family means to you. Check out this StoryCorps interview of Guy Bryant , a man who opened up his home to foster kids and created a family legacy.

Guy's family grew with an open heart and open home. By showing support, compassion, and generosity, Guy established a family fueled by love. As Guy notes, family is simple if you have the space in your home and heart.

This interview was produced by  StoryCorps , an audio recording organization dedicated to preserving and sharing humanity's stories in order build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. We love their inspiring work!
Let's Talk
After listening to Guy Bryant's interview use the questions below to kick-start a great conversation with your family:

  • What inspired you about Guy's story?

  • Guy notes that Sunday's are big family meal days where everyone comes over to enjoy food together. What is your favorite way to gather as a family?

  • What do you love most about your family? How do you show love and support for each other?

  • Bonus! Reach out to your loved ones and extended family. Set up a virtual hang out and catch up.

Do Something
Family Time Capsule
Create a family time capsule. We're all living through an important time in history. Capturing your everyday can be a great way to process and acknowledge your family's experiences.

Check out these printable Family Time Capsule prompts that you can do as a family! Interview your parents, write a letter to your future self, and document special occasions. Save writing and drawings in a journal or box so that you can reflect on and share your experiences in the future.
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Community Connection
Carole Robertson Center for Learning
Support Chicago families. The Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an organization dedicated to providing educational programming and extensive family support services to families on Chicago's West Side. The center has continued to keep their families connected and supported during this time.

Try to limit unnecessary trips.   If you're out grocery shopping for your own family, consider adding some extra items to donate. The Carole Robertson Center is in need of children's books, diapers, wipes, personal hygiene items, and cleaning supplies. Click here to see more of their needed items list.

Donations may be dropped off contact-free on Mondays from 9:00am to 1:30pm at their two locations: North Lawndale at 3701 W Ogden Ave and Little Village at 2929 W 19th St.

Please wear a mask, gloves, and maintain social distance when shopping and dropping off donations. If you or a family member are not feeling well, please refrain from donating at this time.
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Funders & Supporters
The Honeycomb Project engages, mobilizes and inspires kids and their families to build strong and vibrant communities for all Chicagoans. Since 2011, more than 25,000 volunteers have participated in Honeycomb programs benefitting 40+ local organizations.