Writing for the Soul Workshop™ Ages 12 & Up

How Stand For The Silent is impacting the disabilities community in St. Louis, Missouri

As an advocate for the disabilities community in St. Louis, Christina Hune understands the devastating effects of bullying first hand, and how important it is to end this cycle of abuse. When Stand For The Silent partnered with us to collect memoirs, art and poetry for The Bully Diaries, Christina saw an opportunity to share … Continue reading How Stand For The Silent is impacting the disabilities community in St. Louis, Missouri

Five Ways You Can Be A Part Of The Writing For The Soul Process

Writing for the Soul Workshop™ is a national mentoring program that invokes a passion for social emotional learning using writing, resources for healing, and skills for a lifetime while tackling the problems of mental, financial and educational inequality. During the course of this program, participants experience a trauma informed approach using writing as therapy as … Continue reading Five Ways You Can Be A Part Of The Writing For The Soul Process

The Bully Diaries Project

Through a unique and innovative community partnership with Stand for the Silent, we adapted our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ program to give children and adults impacted by bullying a voice. The memoirs, art and poetry that we collected from around the world included the disabilities community, and was compiled in The Bully Diaries Volume I. … Continue reading The Bully Diaries Project

Our Top Book Sellers for the month of November: Sykyla and Jakyia Williams

We have a tie for first place in book sales this month! Sykyla and Jakyia Williams are sisters, and they access our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ in Moro, Arkansas at New Life Ministries. Sykyla's story is featured in our book entitled 'This Thing Called Life: Life Inside the Ring', and Jakyia's story is featured in … Continue reading Our Top Book Sellers for the month of November: Sykyla and Jakyia Williams

WFTSW Intern: Raniya Williams

Getting what's on the inside ...out. To tell the truth, me and my siblings were in foster care for a year and a few months. Our foster-mother was very hard on us, and she cared for no one but herself. We wasn’t eating right, and we had no freedom at all. She was spending our … Continue reading WFTSW Intern: Raniya Williams

Earn Holiday Cash!

“This program offers students real opportunities to advance financially, but money is never the real problem. Every individual that we’ve ever impacted is currently -or has been a victim of some kind of pain. Financial resources to help them heal are a very much-needed piece of the puzzle if they are to ever truly experience … Continue reading Earn Holiday Cash!