Faces, Voices, and Lives at May Institute

During our 60th anniversary in 2015, we introduced a multi-media initiative called “Faces. Voices. Lives. – 60 Years at May Institute.” Since that time, we have continued sharing the stories and perspectives of people whose lives have impacted, and been impacted by, May Institute. Among them are past and current families and individuals served, employees, donors, board members, community members, and others from around the country. The initiative includes video interviews, photography, art, written stories and testimonials, and other mediums.

We continue to share these faces, voices, and lives to celebrate the individuals who form our extended community. We welcome to contact us to share your stories and memories as well, and hope you enjoy these glimpses into the lives of so many people who shape May Institute.

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