Honor Mom with Memories This Mother’s Day Using The History Project

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Mother’s Day is the perfect time to create a gift that is meaningful and from the heart

The History Project is helping families honor mom this Mother’s Day with a quick, easy, and free way to create a memory-based gift that is special and priceless.

Pictures, songs, yearbooks…even recipes are memories. Precious items from moments past that fill the timeline of life. But often, these items are tucked away in a box, visited while cleaning, moving, or on a rainy day when a trip down memory lane is the only way to beat the weather. While the sentiment of those moments may be tucked away in our hearts and minds, finding a unique way to bring them together for preservation and sharing can be a daunting task, taking both considerable time and resources.

Mother’s Day is the perfect time to create a gift that is meaningful and from the heart. Start with a picture, write a note or record a story of your favorite memory together — The History Project makes it easy to honor mom in a way that honors the connection you share. Once completed, The History Project will make sure your gift makes it to mom on Mother’s Day and send that special memory via email.

The History Project sees a world where the moments that matter are preserved forever and accessed with ease, connecting people with the stories and memories of life. Creating a space between the momentary chatter of social media and the automation of cloud storage, The History Project empowers people to not only capture the memory of a specific moment, but also tell the story through memory-based items, with tools and resources that help intelligently collect, curate and collaborate.

Since its launch last year, The History Project has been used by thousands to create immersive digital life narratives for themselves and loved ones, as well as popular media and entertainment brands, including singer-songwriter Jewel, as a way for fans to engage with the artist and one another during her Picking Up the Pieces Tour, and HBO Films, who used The History Project in their documentary The Diplomat, which celebrated the life of Ambassador Richard Holbrooke.

To get started on your special gift for mom, visit http://www.thehistoryproject.com/mothersday.


About The History Project
The History Project is the first-of-its-kind modern memory capsule that empowers individuals and groups to connect memories across media to build powerful experiential stories that transcend generations. It's where life stories are told better and the moments that matter are preserved into a meaningful narrative. Launched in 2015, The History Project is funded by The New York Times Company, Matter Ventures, Associated Press and angel investors. For more information, visit http://www.thehistoryproject.com.

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