inspirational, teamwork

noteable: a community hope project 🧑 || interview with chloe!

Hi guys! Welcome back to Maggie’s Doodles πŸ’Œ I have an incredible post to share with you today!! 😍

I just found out about an inspirational project Chloe is hosting called Noteable! I asked if she’d be interested in doing an interview with me on my blog today, and I’m so glad she said yes! 🧑

Hey y’all! I’m Chloe, from my corner at Confessions of a Reading Geek! Thank you Maggie for having me here today to discuss ‘Noteable’!! I’m super excited! πŸ’•

You’re welcome Chloe! I’m very excited too! πŸ€©πŸ‘

Here’s the trailer for the project!:

Full credit for the logo, video, pictures, and collage
goes to Chloe and the writers of the letters!

The next part of this post is my interview with her, and I’ll pop in (with my words in italics) every now and then!

At the end of our interview, I’ll share all the links you need to learn more, including the forms to submit letters. ❀

Let’s go! 😍

a community
hope project

1. What gave you the idea to start β€˜Noteable’?

Okay, so three years ago, my friends and I at school found out about this organization called FCCLA. (This stands for ‘Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America’. No need to wonder why they made the acronym!πŸ˜‚) In this organization you do a ton of different service projects (all thought up and carried through by you). It’s a good way to learn communication skills and how to be independent and responsible. I’ve really enjoyed it! πŸ₯°

So for one of our projects that we started, we thought of how our community (and communities everywhere else in the world) are struggling with COVID and other things. We started out delivering letters of thanks to the police officers, fire fighters, and doctors. It was amazing seeing how all of these people reacted to getting the heartfelt letters kids from the local elementary school wrote.πŸ’Œ After this first delivery, we thought ‘what other people need our help?’

Our question was answered in a way I couldn’t have predicted.

My grandma caught COVID. After a while it got pretty bad and she was rushed to the hospital. She has a hard time understanding people due to some deafness in both ears and had no idea why she was in the hospital, and why nobody was visiting her. She doesn’t know how to work modern tech., so she couldn’t call any family members. It was a very scary time for all of us, but with the right treatment she got better and was able to go back home thanks to the amazing, patient doctors in the hospital. She’s doing much better, but this experience really showed us there are a lot of people who are going through the same sort of thing.

2. What’s the purpose of this project?

The purpose is to make sure that nobody has to feel the way my grandma did. Nobody should have to feel alone because nobody is.

There are people everywhere who love and appreciate you, but there are some people who don’t get to hear that everyday. People in senior homes, for example, aren’t getting a lot of visitors because of the concern of exposure to COVID. Some of them are very high risk and so they don’t ever really get visitors.

The people who are in the COVID wards in the hospital are also very lonely because you aren’t allowed to visit them. The purpose of the letters is to make sure they don’t give up. To make sure they have the mental strength to rise above their struggles and know their worth. 😊

3. When did you guys start it?

We started it a year-ish ago, but not until now have we really started collecting this many letters. We’ve also only recently expanded to this online platform because before we were only going through our neighbors and the local elementary school.

4. How often do you guys deliver the letters?

We try to deliver letters every month or so!

5. When’s the next time you will make a delivery?

Our next delivery is February 7th (This coming Monday), then the next one will be at the end of February. We also plan on another delivery in the middle of March. 😁

Oh awesome!

If you guys want to submit letters for February’s delivery, you can click here 🧑

6. Is there a limit to how many letters someone can submit?

Not at all! We would take 1,000 letters from every person if they were willing to write that many! πŸ˜‚ (Although just so we’re clear, we don’t expect that. πŸ˜†)

Haha gotcha! That would be amazing, thoughimagine having thousands of letters to deliver! It would help SO many people! πŸ˜πŸ’–

7. How long do y’all plan on running this project?

Our current plan goes out until June, but I hope to continue after that! I would love to see how far this could expand!!

8. Are deliveries made in your local community?

Yes, we deliver to nearby places that we know need help and/or are struggling.

9. Do you hope for this project to expand to other cities for other people to host?

That is a brilliant idea, Maggie!! That would be an awesome goal!😍 The question is, who is willing to help out with that? *mind races* You’ve got me full of new ideas, Mags!!!

Oh yay!! It would be SO incredible for this idea to reach global communities!

Thanks again for having me! I really appreciate your interest in the project and your willingness to help me spread it around!

You’re welcome! I’m really glad I had the opportunity to chat about Noteable with you today! ❀ Thanks for answering all my questions!

Thank you so much for reading! I really appreciate you checking out this post. Chloe’s passion for this project is inspiring to me, and I love seeing what she’s doing with her community to share love and hope with doctors, the elderly, and COVID-19 patients!

I’m sure Chloe would be happy to answer any questions you have in the comments! If you want to start your own project like this, or learn more about Noteable itself, drop any inquiries or ideas down below.

πŸ’Œ submit your letters here! πŸ’Œ

let’s chat! what do you think
of this project? do you have
any questions? will you
submit letters for february
or march’s deliveries?

15 thoughts on “noteable: a community hope project 🧑 || interview with chloe!”

  1. Reblogged this on and commented:
    Thank you so much, Maggie, for letting me come and talk about Noteable on your blog!! I had so much fun sharing and I appreciate your efforts so so much to help us spread the word!!! πŸ₯°πŸ₯°Come check out the awesome interview I did with Maggie on her blog!

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