Collect, Organize & Share: Military and Veteran Stories Making a Difference
WATCH NOW! On Wednesday, May 3rd at 1 pm EDT / 10 am PDT, Wreaths Across America joined us for an incredible storytelling discussion.
MemoryFox’s Chris Miano and Jack Conard are Army Veterans understand the importance of capturing and sharing military and veteran stories. They proudly to hosted Amber Caron, Director of Communications at Wreaths Across America, to discuss her experience using storytelling to drive growth at their organization.
In 2022, National Wreaths Across America Day took place on Saturday, December 17. In less than 1 week, using MemoryFox, Wreaths Across America collected:
1. 6,000+ boots-on-the-ground uploads
2. Experiences from 800 volunteers
3. Content from 3,702 locations
In this discussion, Chris, Jack and Amber will deep dive into:
- How content collection and storytelling has directly led to growth
- The importance of authenticity, particularly when sharing military and veteran stories
- Obstacles Wreaths Across America has faced, and how they overcame them
About Our Guest: Amber Caron is the Director of Communications for national nonprofit Wreaths Across America. She has been developing and supporting the program’s growing communications needs nationally over the last 14 years, nine of those as a public relations consultant before joining the organization full time. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team, Amber’s role includes planning and execution of long-term communications strategies for organizational growth and sustainability. She manages a dynamic team of marketing and communications professionals with diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise working alongside her each day to find new ways to share the stories of those who have served, sacrificed and succeeded.
About Wreaths Across America: While we have Veterans Day in the fall and Memorial Day in the spring, our servicemen and women sacrifice their time and safety every single day of the year, to preserve our freedoms. And in many homes across the U.S., every day there is an empty seat for one who is serving, or one who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. That is why our mission to Remember, Honor and Teach lasts all year long, far beyond the single day in December when we coordinate wreath-laying ceremonies. All throughout the year, Wreaths Across America works in a number of ways to show our veterans and their families that we will not forget—we will never forget.