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2024 Storytelling Workshop

2024 Storytelling Workshop

September 26 - October 17, 2024


The 2024 Storytelling Workshop will support Montana Healthcare Foundation grantees in collecting and sharing personal impact stories in a safe and compelling way with their communities.

Storytelling is a powerful way to illustrate complicated programs, address critical issues, and advance the changes we want to see in our communities. This interactive four-session workshop is dedicated to helping organizations collect and share personal impact stories, which can help them communicate effectively with their communities and demonstrate the impact of their work. The workshop will include training by national communications experts and local peers who have used storytelling to make the case for their work.

This workshop is provided free of charge to Montana Healthcare Foundation grantees and is specifically designed for program leads and communications staff. Since the workshop is interactive and trainers will provide individualized support, seats are limited, so please register today.


Workshop Details

Dates and Time: The workshop will be held over four Thursdays, September 26 – October 17, from 12:00 – 1:00 pm MST

Location: The interactive sessions will be held over Zoom so that organizations from across the state can easily attend.


  1. Session 1: What Makes A Good Story (Thu, Sep 26, 12-1 pm)
  2. Session 2: Storytelling Structure & Ethics (Thu, Oct 3, 12-1 pm)
  3. Session 3: How To Share Your Story (Thu, Oct 10, 12-1 pm)
  4. Session 4: Story Sharing (Thu, Oct 17, 12-1 pm)

Registration is required.