At DePaul, we believe in the power of storytelling to inform, unite, and make change. Our storytelling projects range from blog posts to podcasts to videos.
We hope you will read, listen, watch, and share with your family, friends, and community.
Recent Storytelling Projects:
This 30-minute documentary takes a deeper look at the disabilities system in Virginia through the eyes of those who navigate it every day.
Our YouTube channel features visual stories from the youth and families we serve and stories about the work we do and the impact it has.
Unsettled: From Hard Places dives deep into trauma and attachment, shares the stories of parents who are caring for kids from hard places, and explores how communities can do more to support those who need it.
Unsettled: Aging Out follows three former foster youth as they navigate life inside and outside the foster care system. The podcast also looks at ways in which the child welfare system works and ways in which it doesn’t.
This podcast explores the worlds of foster care, adoption, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our blog is the storytelling hub for the organization.
Our Expressions newsletters highlight stories from various DePaul programs across our footprint. They also allow us to inform donors about the ways their generosity impacts the populations we serve.
Each year, DePaul compiles an Annual Report featuring stories from across the organization. The report includes information about events and happenings throughout the year, as well as donations, donors, and other support.
A Foster Child’s Journey is a six-part series tracing the trials and triumphs of a personal foster care experience.