The key to reversing this human health crisis is YOU.

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So much of the chronic illness that we see in children today has to do with choices that we make every day (what we eat, drink, think and do).

We have the power to take back our health and protect our children’s health but it will be easier and more impactful if we work together.  We can create broad and meaningful changes in society by working at a grassroots, cultural level, through education, awareness, and organization.

One of the goals of the Documenting Hope Project is to create a living, breathing, action-oriented social movement that works toward a broader paradigm shift—a shift toward health, wellness and sustainability. Together we can create lasting change in the modern approach to healthy living, i.e. what we eat, drink, think and do.

How Do I Join The Movement?

  1. Sign up for Updates from the Documenting Hope Project.  We’ll keep you posted on educational opportunities, and local events.
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  2. Visit Facebook and search for a “Friends of The Documenting Hope Project” group in your area. Join our online communities of parents and caregivers learning to support their children’s health naturally.
  3. Tell your friends about Documenting Hope.  It isn’t a movement without people.  Bring yours!

        

  4. Documenting Hope in VTSlap a canary magnet on your car, fridge or filing cabinet.  The canary is a symbol that represents hope for our “canaries in the coalmine.” Displaying your canary says “I believe in a better future for our kids.”

           Send us a donation of $25 and we’ll send you a canary magnet.

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Hope is the thing with feathers –

That perches in the soul –

And sings the tune without the words –

And never stops – at all –

And sweetest – in the Gale – is heard –

And sore must be the storm –

That could abash the little Bird

That kept so many warm –

I’ve heard it in the chillest land –

And on the strangest Sea –

Yet – never – in Extremity,

It asked a crumb – of me.

–Emily Dickinson