Thank you to all of our wonderful storytellers from Returning Veterans Project for speaking from the heart and sharing your stories of gratitude...
The event may be over, but your opportunity to share gratitude for the folks at RVP is not. Leave a Facebook comment on our Gratitude Wall to share a message of gratitude for Returning Veterans Project.
SuperThank is a Human Gratiude Engine
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A SUPERTHANK IS
- An expression of radical community gratitude for someone/something that matters
- An expression of gratitude that includes more than two people
- A little like crowdfunding, but with tokens of thanks instead of money to express gratitude and appreciation an individual or organization and the values they embody
BECOME A STORYTELLER
TELL YOUR GRATITUDE STORY
You don’t need to be a seasoned storyteller to share you story of gratitude in front of a live audience at the SuperThank’s Stories of Gratitude Series. We provide free coaching and support leading up to your big night!
Share your gratitude in a radical, creative and meaningful way. The underthanked deserve it!
The 2017 Calendar
Join us for SuperThank's Stories of Gratitude series in 2017
SAVE THE DATES!
Feb 28 with Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette
May 2 with The Returning Veterans Project
How Do You Define Gratitude?
“Grateful attention is the key to joy.” -- Br. David Steindl-Rast, co-founder of A Network for Grateful Living
Gratitude is the “feeling of joy with the knowledge that another person has instrumentally benefitted yourself.” -- Simon-Thomas, science director of the University of California, Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center
"Gratitude allows us to celebrate the present. It magnifies positive emotions." -- Robert Emmons, the world's leading scientific expert on gratitude
Thanks A Lot : An Airing of Grievances
SuperThank hosts several storytelling events each year, an opportunity to express radical community gratitude fo stuff that matters in life. The storytellers share stories of gratitude that are generally positive and uplifting.
To keep us from getting too comfortable we host one event a year to air grievances. This year, we invited the audience to capture their grievances in photos using just one to two words. Here are several of our favorites.
Interested in sharing grievances of your own? Leave a comment on our Facebook page.