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WithOurVoice, Inc.


WithOurVoice is seeking volunteer board members to support its mission to increase capacity for intercultural understanding, build diverse community connections, and grow compassionate leaders through the ancient art of storytelling. WithOurVoice,Inc. oversees two programs, Children at the Well: Youth Storytellers for Peace & Understanding, and the Interfaith Story Circle.

Volunteer board members offer leadership through through monthly meetings and a variety of roles including fiscal management and accounting, website maintenance, fundraising, and more. Learn more about us at:, and email us at for more information.

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About WithOurVoice, Inc.


PO BOX 271, LATHAM, NY 12110, US

Mission Statement

To increase capacity for intercultural understanding, build diverse community connections and grow compassionate leaders, through the ancient art of storytelling. We envision a world where human connectedness is sought and celebrated by lifting up cultural and individual identity and voice, resulting in a deeper understanding and appreciation of ourselves, others, and the world around us.


In the Children at the Well (C@W) program young people (12 years and up) from different traditions learn a variety of forms of storytelling together. They choose or create stories to tell that they feel a deep connection to and want to share with others, thereby exploring many of the wells of wisdom found in every culture, and developing their voice. As they become proficient storytellers, they have opportunities to present to audiences of all sizes, gaining confidence in delivering their message. This draws family members, friends, and neighbors into the program in a variety of ways and it becomes intergenerational. The increased capacity for inclusive, respectful, and creative discourse strengthens the next generation of community leaders.

The Interfaith Story Circle began in 1993 and continues to offer informal and open monthly story circles, hosted by a new Capital Region religious or culturally based community each time, in which everyone is free to share a story from the heart. There is always a theme to the evening with a guest storyteller to introduce the theme and lead off for the first half hour or so. Stories can be traditional, personal, rehearsed or spontaneously told. We are always seeking new individuals and groups with whom we can share.

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Latham, NY 12110



  • Interactive/Social Media/SEO
  • Web Design
  • Strategic Planning
  • Capacity Planning
  • Bookkeeping
  • Storytelling




  • 8+ hours/month to include board and committee meetings and volunteer work.

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