It Starts with Hope

As part of our It Starts with Hope project, we have created a number of ways everyone can contribute to conversations about hope, the role it plays in our lives and how we can grow hope in our families and communities. Our goal is to share messages of hope with as many people as possible and raise awareness of the impact hope has on mental health.

Check out all the opportunities that are currently available below. We will be adding more as our project continues to grow.

Thank you to Imperial Oil for sponsoring our It Starts with Hope project.

As part of our It Starts with Hope project, we have created a number of ways everyone can contribute to conversations about hope, the role it plays in our lives and how we can grow hope in our families and communities. Our goal is to share messages of hope with as many people as possible and raise awareness of the impact hope has on mental health.

Check out all the opportunities that are currently available below. We will be adding more as our project continues to grow.

Thank you to Imperial Oil for sponsoring our It Starts with Hope project.

Stories of Hope

Do you have a story to share about how hope has played a role in your life or what you do to grow hope in your family and community? Is someone your hope hero? Please share your story with us. You can include photos and videos if you wish, but please make sure you have permission if you are using images of someone other than yourself.

Please note your story will be shared on the site and will be visible to anyone who visits.

Thank you for sharing your story with us.
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  • Brinlee Beats Cancer

    by Lynda Untereiner, 6 months ago

    This story of Hope started Nov 4, 2020 when my 15month old granddaughter, Brinlee Untereiner, was diagnosed with cancer, stage 4 neuroblastoma. This was obviously shocking and devistating news for our family. As we tried to navigate what that meant for Brinlee and our family, the communities of Bonnyville, Cold Lake and Lloydminster, family members, business owners, churches, friends, acquaintances and staff of NLPS came together to support us. We were lifted up with more support than words could ever express. This journey has been a roller coaster of diagnosis, tests, blood work, surgery, blood transfusions, many dr. visits and... Continue reading

  • Sharing Our Strength

    by Tina Reekie, 7 months ago
    Growing up my Dad helped many people with delivering food and clothing to some in need. I can remember going to these places with him and he never said a thing to me. After his passing in 2007 his best friend explained what my Dad was doing when we went on those trips and said he never wanted any praise for these things that's why he didn't say a thing. I often talk with my children and explain the things that he did and it helped me teach them how to help and treat others without doing it for the... Continue reading
Page last updated: 10 August 2021, 15:06