Ending Homelessness | CATCH Inc


“What are we waiting for? We can end homelessness.”

CATCH Inc. is dedicated to ending homelessness. They not only want to get the affected families and individuals off the streets, CATCH want to get them into their own homes with a foundation for a sustainable life. CATCH believes that all families and individuals deserve homes and that having a home is necessary for health and well being. The effort this incredible organization puts in is life-changing as they work to end homelessness.

The Invisible Capes of Cancer


Savannah’s symptoms started as a simple fever. The Lingenfelters never imagined that their doctor would sit them down and say that their toddler had acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

“I don’t think anybody can do anything to prepare to hear the words ‘your child has cancer’” 

 The Lingenfelter’s world crumbled in just a brief moment. 

It’s Okay to Ask for Help


With a few close friends, Ray Khan founded a successful, growing business after being medically discharged from the military. Everything seemed to be going great, until one day everything completely changed. 

Losing Everything 

“Emotionally I was not expecting it to be as hard as it was” 

In an instant, Ray lost his business, house, car, stocks, and so much more. He felt helpless and like a failure. 

Know You’re Beautiful


Jodi Brown lived a normal, active life. She was happy and felt like she had all the confidence in the world.

Unknown Diagnosis 

One day dizzy spells and debilitating headaches started to take over her life. 

I Have My Hero Guiding Me


Nate Checketts father always gave him pearls of wisdom. Every year, his father would hand him a poem to memorize. When he was 12 years old, he was handed his father’s favorite poem “If” by Rudyard Kipling.

“Fathers love to give advice. It’s not always well-timed, or eloquent, or well-received, but it is always out of love.” -Nate Checketts

The Wisest Advice Giver 

As Nate grew older, he ran into his own set of trials with debt, health problems, and his family. He felt alone and often wished that his dad was physically next to him. 

“When he couldn’t be there, the words of this poem were.” 

Although his dad couldn’t be next to him, his father’s loving advice got him through the toughest times in his life and he applied it to his own family and children. 

A Father Knows Best 

“I feel like he knew that I was going to face trials and struggles and he was preparing me to face the challenges.” 

Although we think we may not need the advice that our father gives us, in the end, their words come back to us in times of need. 

“The best gift I got was not to just have the words memorized but to never forget the words or their meaning.”  

Now, Nate lives by and deeply cherishes the words that his father gave him when he was younger. He walks through life with confidence in knowing that his hero is guiding him. 

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Changing Pediatric Cancer With Spare Change


“The things we take for granted such as food, clothing, shoes, they do not have” -Lenette Reece 

Lenette Reece is the fearless leader of Rundle Elementary School. Most of the children that attend Rundle Elementary live in poverty. This past school year Rundle partnered up with the Tyler Robinson Foundation. 

One “Small” Act of Kindness

“Our students know that no matter their situation, they will change the world for good.”

Lenette, her staff, and her students wanted to raise money for those with pediatric cancer but weren’t sure if they could raise the money needed.

“They can’t donate $1,000 but they can donate change”

Lenette and her staff decided to do a change drive and set their goal to reach $500, to make it easier for the low-income students to participate.

Giving Everything to Fight Pediatric Cancer

Instead of raising their set amount, they went above and beyond and raised over $840 to help fight pediatric cancer. 

“No matter what situation your school is in, everyone has something to give.”

Almost every student at Rundle Elementary donated toward the change drive with the Tyler Robinson Foundation. One student donated everything he had, which was only 12 cents. He said he wants to cure cancer. 

At Rundle Elementary School, they are changing the world, one small act of kindness at a time.

To learn more about the Tyler Robinson Foundation and how you can help, check out their website!

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One Frame at a Time


Kate Edwards is the Executive Director of Friends For Sight, an organization that is helping low-income children see the world from a whole new perspective. 

Saving Sight in Elementary Schools 

“Many kids are legally blind and they have never received a pair of glasses.” -Kate Edwards 

Friends For Sight travels to different elementary schools in their county almost all school year to provide comprehensive eye exams.

Most of the children Friends For Sight helps struggle in the classroom and fall behind, due to not being able to properly see.

Preventive Eye Care For Low-Income Children

“Our goal is to make sure that every child has access to vision screening and exams and glasses.” – Kate Edwards

By working with local ophthalmologists, these low-income children receive free comprehensive eye exams and glasses that they need. 

The following school year the kids that received glasses come back, excited to tell Friends For Sight that they were able to see the leaves on trees for the first time. 

“I know we’re making a difference…” – Kate Edwards

Friends For Sight truly lives by their mission of saving sight and changing lives.

For more about their mission click here 

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I’m Still Here|My Story Saved My Life

If you want to support this documentary and help us tell more individual stories on Mental Health, email support@stiry.com.

There are several ways to help: donations, strategic partnerships, sponsorships, and story submissions.

We are on a mission to save lives by helping people discover their divine potential through stories that move them. We hope you join us on this journey.

Brigham City Suicide Prevention

After suddenly losing her husband to suicide, Carrie Rutherford is now the Co-Chairwoman of Brigham Suicide Prevention. Together, they save lives. 

Losing Someone To Suicide 

“It’s devasting to lose someone to suicide and it is the most preventable cause of death” -Carrie Rutherford 

Independent Living Program for Adults with Learning Disabilities

Many adults with learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, or other neuro diversities struggle to achieve independent living. Across the nation, programs and facilities are helping these individuals learn life skills, and social skills to allow them to enjoy a productive life.

Jared Stewart, program director at ScenicView Academy in Provo, UT, has seen a great deal of success with their program. Students learn the skills they need to live, work, and thrive.

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