The reasons we come together in support of each other are different for each of us. Our experiences, beliefs and community aspirations all come together to create the “Why” that motivates our actions.
- Why would 12 people run 200 miles to help someone else?
- Why would someone support Outreach families they may not know?
- Why would Outreach teachers choose to work 6 days a week?
- Why would someone tie on their running shoes and train to be a virtual runner?
Share Your Story
Here we will share our "why" stories. So, grab your phone, hit record, and tell us why you support Outreach.
Who inspires you to do more for others?
What did you experience that changed the way you see the world?
Why do you think it's important to support your community?
What does Ivymount Outreach mean to you?
Tell us your story by clicking the button below