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The Million Person Project (MPP) is a global initiative, rooted in love, that runs storytelling workshops, provides one-on-one leadership support, and facilitates global relationships to help advance the work of leaders and change makers around the world. 


The Million Person Project Rocked Our Indiegogo Campaign

In just forty days, 327 people came out to support the Million Person Project's pro-bono work around the world resulting in $35,549 for our work abroad. We are SO grateful to everyone who contributed to our work. Thank you. If you would still like to donate please do so here:

Every single dollar raised will go DIRECTLY to supporting someone in telling their story. We are a revenue generating organization, meaning we get hired by individuals and companies to work with them on their stories, so our overhead is entirely covered by that. The funds raised in this campaign will go exclusively in our scholarship fund to fund the pro-bono work we do. So, every dollar in is going directly out to support someone in sharing their truth.

Donate today.


What People Are Saying About The MPP Experience

Caledonia Curry, New York based artist who goes by Swoon 

"Connecting with the Million Person Project was life changing. The work we did allowed me to create a bridge between the visual art that I have spent my life creating and the formerly silent personal history that I bring to my practice."

Gigi McQueen, Project Manager at Kaiser Permanente.  

"Within eight hours, Heather and Julian provided me with a durable foundation in using my life experiences to craft and deliver a speech that I was proud of."

To see more testimonials go here:


Street Artist Swoon Brings Down The House With Her Story

Street artist Caledonia Curry, aka Swoon, shared her moving personal story for the first time last Fall after completing a MPP one-on-one story coaching package. She shared her story of growing up in a heroin addicted household and her journey to forgiveness. She asked the audience to join her is changing the prevailing attitude towards addicts by asking why the pain instead of why the drugs or despicable behavior? She finished her speech to a standing ovation and was immediately approached by a CNN reporter who invited her to write an op-ed piece about how we treat one another in society. 

Check out the CNN oped here:

And watch the video of her talk here: 

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