Turning Children with Life-Limiting Diseases into Published Authors with Dallas Graham from the Red Fred Project (Episode #60)
I am always looking for extraordinary guests for you to hear on our podcast. This week we hit the jackpot! I can’t wait for you to hear his story.
Dallas Graham is the founder and creator of the Red Fred Project: a children’s book collaboration between himself and 50 children with critical illnesses across the 50 states. He created Red Fred and his colorful friends, The Jolly Troop, six years ago and has been telling stories with them ever since. Dallas is a photojournalist, graphic designer, writer and enjoys discovering creative ways of connecting people through their stories. He has produced a number of personal and community-driven projects and initiatives and can’t seem to turn off his “idea” switch. The Red Fred Project is a culmination of three of his favorite things: narratives, hope, and children.
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Remember our podcast with Angela Hyde about Building a Strong, Fun Family Culture? She is Dallas Graham’s sister! Fun, right?! If you missed that one, check it out here!
For more information about the Red Fred Project:
Here is the link to Dallas’ current project with their Texas kiddo, Zuleyka Alvarado! http://redfredproject.com/zuleyka-tx
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