Dear Friend of the Preservation Trust,

Below is an exciting update from the Vermont Story Lab, a special project of PTV. We hope you will join us at our Summit in September in Shelburne!

Sincerely,

Meg Campbell
Energize your nonprofit's 
storytelling + fundraising efforts at:

Vermont Story Lab Summit
Sept. 29, 2017  -  Shelburne Farms


Spring Labs, a smashing success

This spring we hosted sold-out Story Labs in Burlington, Waterbury, Middlebury and Brattleboro, reaching nearly 75 storytellers!

Together, we learned about narrative arcs, donor-centered fundraising, video-making, Canva, and much more.

One of the presenters, Gin Ferrara, of RETN, took a moment to pen a short blog post with a few tidbits from her well-received session on social media outreach.   READ MORE
VT Story Lab featured on nonprofit podcast

VSL partners,  Meg Campbell , of Preservation Trust of Vermont , and  Marybeth Christie Redmond , were interviewed by Nonprofit Ally , about how to identify compelling stories, repurpose them across media, and store story ideas for future use.   LISTEN NOW
Let's hear from you!

We haven't planned our Winter 2018 labs yet, but are actively thinking about them. Do you have a need or an idea? Is there a story-skill you'd like to share?

LET US KNOW
Vermont Story Lab |   vtstorylab@gmail.com |   vermontstorylab.org
Partners of the Vermont Story Lab include:
 
Preservation Trust of Vermont, Shelburne Farms,
Vermont Folklife Center, RETN, Community Expressions,
Fran Stoddard Productions, Marybeth Christie Redmond,
Becky Holt, Jason Frishman, Helen Pike, and Monica DiGiovanni

Generous funding is provided through the Vermont Community Foundation.