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We are so excited to be once again be teaming up with acclaimed songwriter, Brenda O’Brien for our new hashtag campaign #ispeakhope.

#ispeakhope is appealing to people around the world to take to social media in the effort to join our campaign as well by writing on their hands words of encouragement and how they would want people to feel when they too “speak hope”, take a photo and add the hashtag #ispeakhope.

The mission of this campaign is to help people around the world to realize that every word we speak has immense power and that words do matter. Every word we use will have an affect on others and by speaking hope and using positive words we will be encouraging and strengthening others.

Singer Songwriter Kris Thomas said, “Everyone that we meet could be facing a battle that we know nothing about. That’s why it is so important to be kind and excepting of others and use your words to inspire and encourage, not to inflict pain.”

People can join the campaign by writing on their hands words of encouragement, taking a photograph and posting it on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using #ispeakhope.

We want to thank Singer, Song Writer and Season 4 Voice Contestant Kris Thomas, Country Music Artist Emma Webb from Memphis, Tn, Tim Sampson Communications Director at Soulsville Foundation in Memphis, Tn., Producer, Rapper and Singer-Songwriter Nicholas O’Brien, The Ellen Hobgood Gallery in Heber Springs, Ar., NorthStar EMS in Heber Springs, Ar., The Jitterbug Coffeehouse in Heber Springs, Ar., Speak Life Youth Members Heber Springs, Ar.,  Teen Recruiter Board of Directors, Heber Springs Church of Christ Youth Group, Jump’n Good Times in Heber Springs, Ar., VP/National Program Director at Bongiovi Acoustics and Managing Partner/Producer at Power Station Recording Studios Rob Roy, Tony Bongiovi, Founding Partner of the legendary Power Station Studios in Manhatten, NYC, Artist Relations Manager Aerial Bender, Record industry veterans Danny Jordan & Joel Diamond as well as actress Rebecca Holden for lending  their hands and voices in order to help us raise awareness on the importance of speaking hope.