A Proclamation
Eric Papenfuse, Mayor of Harrisburg(PA), declared 2015 to be a year of “compassionate listening and authentic storytelling” in the city and is urging all citizens to recognize and support Someone To Tell It To in its mission.
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Dig deeper
Create life-impacting conversation with our "Someone To Tell It To: Sharing Life's Journey Discussion Guide". Contact info@someonetotellitto.org about getting copies for you or a group.
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Providing a compassionate presence and a listening ear
to those who need to share their stories, to find healing and understanding
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An amazing gift
The publisher of Michael's devotional book, "A Light Shines in the Darkness: Daily Devotions for Those Living with Cancer", gave us nearly 4,000 copies to be sold at $10 each.  Contact us if you know of anyone who may benefit from these writings by emailing info@someonetotellitto.org.
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We meet you physically, emotionally, & spiritually where it is safe for you. Contact us today by emailing michaelandtom@someonetotellitto.org
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