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Colorado KaleidosCOpe Storytelling Campaign

Colorado KaleidosCOpe campaign ends Oct. 15, 2016

On Oct. 15, the Foundation’s Colorado KaleidosCOpe storytelling campaign will officially end. After five years and more than 50 contributions, the Foundation is closing one door so we can open another. We’re freshening up how we communicate about our work and the difference we make. In the coming months, we will launch a new website and blog that will help us tell an even more compelling story of health.

We’ve heard from many about an interest in more visual and engaging content, so we’re reshaping how to showcase all of the wonderful stories shared with us through Colorado KaleidosCOpe. Since the campaign launched in 2011, the Foundation has been fortunate to receive more than 50 stories. These sometimes personal and systemic views have helped illustrate the people being served across Colorado, and highlight solutions and challenges to how healthy we are. 

All KaleidosCOpe videos and written narratives will be integrated into the new website. In the meantime, you will be able to find previously submitted content on the KaleidosCOpe site through the end of the year and videos will remain on YouTube.

Interested grantees can submit stories through Oct. 15, 2016. Those selected for publication will be awarded an unrestricted donation of $5,000 per video and $1,000 per written narrative with optional photography. Learn more about submission criteria

Contact Carrie Mahan Groce, digital communications manager, by email.