Messages Which Are Hopeful!

An experience that delivers inspirational messages of hope and love from young people to young people.

A catalyst for assisting schools and their surrounding communities in a collaborative effort to empower young people with the knowledge, courage, and strength to deal with life’s personal challenges, thereby changing and saving lives.

Nature can be fully saved through love from people

A key concept in this effort is a ‘three-point shot’

  • Awareness of a problem,
  • Seeking help for it,
  • And then getting whatever help is needed.

This collaborative process may include social media videos
as well as issues-oriented school presentations highlighting the helping process in place at any given school.

Stories from us!

Video on loss – Jade Stock

Video on loss – Jade Stock

October 12, 2020

WQAD (ABC TV) at Morrison High School in Morrison

February 26, 2018

KWQC (NBC TV) – Morrison High School

February 26, 2018

WQAD (ABC TV) – Morrison High School in Morrison

February 26, 2018

KWQC-TV (NBC) at Morrison High School in Morrison

February 26, 2018

Measurable results are the name of the game

‘I just wanted to send you a quick thank you for the great show the MWAH! troupe put on for students at Prophetstown High School and Prophetstown Middle School. Our students were super impressed with the messages and I hope we can have you back again. Even our students who had seen the troupe a couple of years ago loved that you made some changes in your presentation. Every message was very impactful and well delivered. I hope our paths cross again!’

Josh JohnsonPrincipal of Prophetstown High School

‘The MWAH! presentation was perhaps the most inspirational assembly I’ve ever attended. During lunch, I noticed that the school cafeteria was quieter and calmer than usual. Even a few hours after the assembly I think students were continuing to process everything they heard during the performance. The troupe was able to touch on such serious topics as depression, suicide, substance-abuse issues, interpersonal conflict, and so many other areas in a short amount of time. I’m truly impressed with the dedication and high standards that everyone from the MWAH! troupe brought to the performance.’

Brian BartozDriver Education & American Government Teacher and Scholastic Bowl Coach

What We Have Accomplished

More than 35 years of issues-oriented school presentations throughout Illinois and various other states for audiences totalling more than half a million students and staff.