Welcome to Impactually - the power of one voice, multiplied.
For one woman in Illinois watching the horrors of 9/11 on her television sparked her own personal call to action. Surely, she thought, New York City hospitals would be in great demand for blood donations and as a young, physically active mother of four – donating blood was the least she felt she could do. But an unexpected low-grade fever turned into something much worse, changing her life and bolstering her promise to help others in need. It’s called “Crēdo” and our story starts here.
What animals bring to society – to our families, into our homes or our work – is priceless. But sometimes, their lives don’t start out or end up so great. From Houston to Wisconsin, for two women, their passions in life have come as a calling and they care for souls, both two and four-footed, with a love and patience focused to bring, heal or resurrect life. It’s called Rescued and our story starts here.
For one woman in Teton County, Wyoming, education exposed her to concepts and truths about nutrition’s roll in the health of our communities. A most unconventional date with a guy named Alex piqued her interest – refocusing her life’s work path to non-profit food rescue. It’s called Dumpster and our story starts here.
The Jennie Effect
For one couple, the quest for a little extra space turned into an improbable journey that centers around the tucked away history of a small house with a captain, and a very special young girl. This episode shares the benefits of historic preservation through the story of the Captain Timothy Hill House on Chincoteague Island, VA. It’s called The Jennie Effect and our story starts here.
Take Me Home
There is a group of passionate volunteers who feel SO strongly about the Mountain State finding hope that they are collectively writing a new narrative and bolstering their imagination from the inside out.
From his work with local nuns looking for answers about their barren apple trees to his consulting with golf courses in natural habitat management to classrooms, and his own design workshop - he is a true beeliever in the good story - the gospel of abundance as taught by bees and he’s helping protect Wisconsin’s beloved pollinators. It’s called BEHOLD and our story starts here.
We need this
Beautiful storytelling and we need this so very much!! Really cannot miss an episode. For those of us that like to hear good stories. They are out there and this show finds them & tells them in the most zen way. LOVE!!