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These are the Frequently Asked Questions for the 2018 RWJF Culture of Health Prize. It can be found in the Prize section.

This website offers a comprehensive and evolving directory of tools and resources to help you build your digital stories. It can be found in Communicate under Deliver your message.

The Selecting Your Platforms lesson from Storytelling for Good will guide you to the right platforms for both your stories and your audiences. Storytelling for Good connects you to a suite of tools...

Canva provides templates and graphic elements you can easily drag and drop to quickly design a social media graphic or infographic. Login required. It can be found in Communicate under Deliver your...

TimelineJS (from knight lab) is an open-source tool that enables anyone to build visually rich, interactive timelines. Beginners can create a timeline using nothing more than a Google spreadsheet. It...

StoryMapJS (from knight lab) is a free tool to help you tell stories on the web that highlight the locations of a series of events. It can be found in Communicate under Deliver your message.

This tool, from AndACTION, Provides 7 simple ways people can use pop culture in their work. It can be found in our Communicate Guide under Use the power of story. It can be found in the Communicate...

AndACTION is a pop culture hub that gives nonprofits inside intel on upcoming film and TV storylines that feature their issues. They hunt down leads and suggest creative ways for you to use them for...

Storytelling for Good connects you to a suite of tools and a growing community that can help you leverage the power of narrative to increase reach, resources, and impact for your...

 This resources (from Spitfire Strategies) walks through:

  • Getting to know your audiences better by looking at six psychographic categories;
  • Understanding what’s at play in people’s minds...