The Hope Project

When I first created this website for the foundation I stumbled upon this graphic which pretty much summed up the foundation as a whole:

The Hope Project

Which of course has been modified for the project itself.  Anyhow, when I first laid eyes on this, I was moved.  Such a simple message presented in such a simple yet powerful manner spoke volumes to me.

The hope project was inspired by someone I know.  His name is Pete. I myself have a copy of this framed in my bedroom to act as a reminder not to give up, especially when things get really bad after I lost Jason.  Pete however had a brilliant idea and passed it onto a friend who has cancer.  I can’t speak for anyone else but I thought that was such a simple way to pay it forward and we here at NAOYP would like to invite you to do the same!

For a limited time, while supplies last Stephanie is giving away FREE postcards to those who request them!  Contact us and we’ll send one your way!

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It’s quite simple, you can save the picture to your hard drive and have copies made just about anywhere in a 4×6 format for next to nothing or you can head on over to our newly created store (on cafe press) where you can purchase pre-printed stickers, postcards and magnets (should you feel so inclined) and pass them out to your friends, random strangers, perhaps leave one in one of the fabulous *post secret books?  Along with some awesome NAOYP swag!

Because you never know how one simple message can make someone’s day a little brighter, or perhaps give them something that they were lacking that day: Hope

We can help break the silence and pass along this very simple yet endearing message.

*(I’m) Not Afraid Of Your Pain: The Jason Cartwright Memorial Foundation has no direct or indirect affiliation with either Frank Warren or Post Secret.

 

2 comments

  1. Elza says:

    Very nice blog.

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