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#AnnieMaloneStories Helps Share Impact of An Icon
Video courtesy : Sabrina McField for Bold Moves Worldwide
Everybody has one. A personal story or shared anecdote about philanthropist and business icon Annie Turnbo Malone.
#AnnieMaloneStories is a new campaign from Annie Malone Children and Family Services celebrating the deep connections and impact of our benefactor to the St. Louis Community.
"#AnnieMaloneStories is more than a marketing campaign; it is our way of forever reminding the community about the profound impact and often very personal connection Annie Malone had with so many people in St. Louis and around the country," said Patricia Washington, VP of Development and creator of the #AnnieMaloneStories campaign.
The public is invited to share their recollections of Annie Malone, the agency, the May Day parade or other connections as part of the series. A select number of stories will be featured in a special multimedia marketing campaign. For more information or to share your story, send an email to email@example.com.
SHARE YOUR #ANNIEMALONESTORIES. You can upload a short video to our Facebook or Instagram page and share your story there. Be sure to use the hashtag #AnnieMaloneStories. We'll be in touch and you could be featured in our marketing campaign!
Did you know?
In 1886 a group by the name of the Women Temperance Union decided to take on the issue of how “colored orphans” were treated in the St. Louis Community. In 1888 the
“St. Louis Colored Orphans Home” was organized.