This holiday season is unlike any before.
But just because we can’t gather together at a dinner table doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the many things that connect us. That’s why we’re partnering with PBS American Portrait to elevate stories of gratitude this holiday season.
In honor of PBS’ 50th anniversary, PBS American Portrait was created as a grassroots storytelling project to inspire a shared understanding of what it means to live in America today. The It Gets Better Project was built on the power of storytelling. We understand how important it is to share in the experiences of others.
Join us and share on social media what you are most grateful for this year. Be sure to use the hashtags #GratefulFor and #AmericanPortraitPBS. If you’re grateful for a friend or family member, tag them too. And ask others to pass on the gratitude and share what they are most grateful for this year.
We’ll collect your stories and share them on a newsfeed of gratitude to showcase the hope, the positivity, and the love that exists all around us.
Check back here next month for updates from the PBS American Portrait submission series!
This post is sponsored by PBS. To learn more about PBS American Portrait, click here.