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After training with a generational circus family, Darla knew aerial arts was what she was born to do. “I was like, I’m supposed to do that. So I trained with them in the backyard in this big white tent.”

Though she found her passion, she felt broken and faced the difficult journey of self discovery and self worth. In the end she found there was something more to her life and turned this beautiful art into a gift for others who struggle. 90&9 was started to find those who have fallen to the floor and help them rise from the ashes and tell their story. “You may be bruised, but you’re not broken! You are a fighter.”

To get involved with this amazing non-profit and get tickets to the show ‘FIGHTER’ go to

13 Year Old Raises $20,0000 for Cancer

“There is no such thing as a child too young to get cancer. Therefore, there is no such thing as child that is too young to help. So I might be ‘just a kid’, but I am armed with a voice and the determination to make a difference in the lives of children with cancer.” 

At just 13 years old, Geoffrey raised over $20,000 for The Tyler Robinson Foundation to help families facing a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Geoffrey’s efforts inspired a worldwide movement for others to use their talents to create donations for these deserving families.

Use your talents and get involved at Help us slay cancer with Imagine DragonsStiry and The Tyler Robinson Foundation

Breaking the Generational Cycle of Poverty

At Stiry, we have always loved sharing stories of people and companies that are passionate about what they do and making a difference in some way.

Fairkind is helping artisans from around the world dream bigger and provide for their families. That means sending their kids to school, putting food on the table and impacting an entire community. 

This is more than just handmade products from India, Rwanda, Guatemala, Morocco, Uganda, Peru and Mexico. This is a way for tradition and culture to continue to be passed down and provide families and communities a future. 

Finishing the Race: Lota’s Story


Have you ever seen such a courageous young man? We haven’t.

Lota, an ultra runner, hasn’t let 7 surgeries (now 9 since filming his story) and his brain tumor growing back several times stop him from being a warrior and continuing the race. At only 11 years old, he is an example to all of the grit and determination it takes to overcome anything life throws at you. He now inspires hundreds of thousands of people all around the world to not give up the fight. You got this Lota!

-Produced in conjunction with Imagine Dragons and The Tyler Robinson Foundation.

I Am a Believer

Lota’s a big fan of Imagine Dragons. Just watch and you’ll see just what we are talking about. Lota was diagnosed with a brain tumor at age 8. Since filming this story, he’s actually been through 9 surgeries and his tumor has grown back several times. Against all odds, Lota is a warrior and he and his family are embracing this fight. WE BELIEVE IN YOU LOTA! YOU GOT THIS!

Join us and Imagine Dragons in supporting Lota and The Tyler Robinson Foundation. Slay Cancer with Dragons!

“Am I cut out for this?” Parenting a child with Down Syndrome.

As a parent, we know we can never wake up fully prepared for what the day will bring with our children.

A lot of parents, with a down syndrome diagnosis, have doubts and concerns about the future.

How wonderful to have communities and groups like the Utah Down Syndrome Foundation, who give hope to parents that they can do this and have joy in the process.

“We are so impressed with these children and parents that are so full of life. They have such stamina for life and courage to experience what they experience. “

You can do this and you don’t have to do it alone!

From Prostitution to Forgiveness


“How could I forgive myself for all of these things I had done.”

The pathway of making decisions can take us down many paths.
What do you do when you can see all the damage you have done to your life? How do you change your life story to one of happiness, forgiveness and recovery?
What is forgiveness? What does forgiveness mean for someone who’s life story led to drugs and prostitution.

This is why we do what we do. Capturing stories that belong to people like you and us. The stories of failure, trials, wrong decisions but the triumph of making changes, finding hope and turning darkness into light.

These stories stir something inside us for good.

We hope you will watch this story to the end as she answers the questions above and gives hope to those who are in a place of having to forgive themselves or someone else.

Send us a message if you, your company or organization have a story to share!
We would love to hear your story!

$30,000 Shopping Spree


With the help of 380 volunteers, Discover and Granite Education Foundationtook 200 impoverished kids on a $30,000 shopping spree and we captured it all for you to see!

“This is our community. These are our kids. It takes all of us to raise them and provide hope.”

Take a moment and observe those closest to you and reach out to even one person.

Special thanks to all the volunteers and all the sponsors for making this act of kindness possible!



65% of the kids at Magna Elementary School are living at or below the poverty line. A local business decided to give 50 of the neediest kids a magical night they would never forget. 
“There are those who say that seeing is believing. I am telling you that believing is seeing.” – Neale Donald Walsch 

-A Stiry Original produced in partnership with Granite Education Foundation and generous donors from DaltileMolina HealthcareAmazon.comGrifols PlasmaHeber Valley RailroadDeer Creek Island Resort, Granite Transportation, and anonymous donors.


After two attempts to take his own life, Shawn Reardon looked up at the mountain during his third attempt and said, “this is it.”

“All I can think now is how thankful I am I didn’t do it. At the time I thought I had to do that. If there was a message to share with anybody it’s…I’m thankful it didn’t happen. I have so much to live for now. And everybody has so much to live for. You just don’t realize it when you’re in that state of mind.”

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