The Power of Storytelling: Advocating for Children and Youth

There is a tendency among youth-serving organizations to focus on the continued problems rather than on the positive developments related to America’s young people.  Evidence shows, however, that people want to support programs that work. Child Advocacy 360's national research provides quantitative proof that organizations telling personal stories focused on success of programs that benefit children can gain greater community and legislative backing. Access the full report and learn what works when advocating for children and youth. 01/24/2012