Whatever you’re facing— illness, pain, grief, loneliness, anxiety, uncertainty, or questions about matters of faith—we want to listen.
We train communities to become better listeners by focusing on the importance of empathy, listening with intention, and being fully present.
We do not turn anyone away based on their ability to pay for services. Instead, we rely on donations to support our mission.
Someone To Tell It To cultivates meaningful relationships through compassionate listening and trains others to do the same
Everyone is the “Someone” in Someone To Tell It To. It’s not just us. We’ve never been about one-way relationships; we always hope to establish a mutual relationship between friends who are sharing life’s journey together.LEARN MORE
Improve your relationships
Our listening training strengthens marriages, increases work productivity, and solidifies friendships and family relationships.GET STARTED
THE SOMEONE TO TELL IT TO PODCAST
Loneliness In A Time of Social Distancing
Kasley Killam offers advice for preserving your mental health while avoiding physical proximity both in the here and now and in the future.LISTEN
THE SOMEONE TO TELL IT TO BLOG
A Common Humanity
We have been incredibly inspired in recent days by those who have worked courageously, intensely, and with moral authority to help change the culture for so many who have historically felt — and been — left out.READ MORE
What people are saying
“To listen to another’s story is to accept an audacious invitation onto Holy Ground. By their example, Someone To Tell It To teaches us how to take off our shoes, open our hearts and change the world.”
Wm. Paul Young
“Your organization gives me faith and hope in humanity.”
“It’s good to know that there’s someone. There are people who will listen and let me be who I am. They actually know more about me than anyone else in the world and to me, that’s very significant because your story is like your heart. It’s everything about you.”
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“Even the description of their podcast purpose is a flashlight into the intention of their work. Compassionate. Caring. Kind. Gentle. Understanding. Loving world. Their goal: That you have a story to tell and are worthy of being heard. It’s okay to feel what we are feeling.”
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