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EPHAS' New Direction: Take What we Have Learned

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For nearly three years Every Person Has a Story (EPHAS) ran programs throughout the world. Thanks to many very generous donors we uncovered a methodology of teaching that transcended literacy and empowered our students to tell their stories to others through photography. We have much to be thankful for and now so much to share.

EPHAS’ new website that you see here is a footprint to maintain EPHAS’ place on the globe and a beacon to organizations, socially conscious corporations and individuals alike who want to tell authentic stories through photography. We have found that guiding groups through all that we learned is a much more productive and cost effective way to allow reality to shine through than to run EPHAS programs ourselves.

What does your organization do? How can we help? The purpose of this website is to be accessible. By telling authentic stories from the ground level – from the perspective of the beneficiaries of your actions – you can engage a donor base or consumer base better than any professional photographer or videographer in the world.

Fresh, real, consistent content. That is what EPHAS’ methodology can deliver.

Every person has a story and no matter where that person is, what he or she has experienced, how, or why, that story deserves to be told. We can help you do that. Contact GRyanAnsin@ephas.org to learn more. 

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