Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
At a fraction of the cost to build one, now values-based businesses and non-profits can own their own living history library to collect, archive and share the life stories of their members, supporters or customers.
Built-in fundraising and revenue components make the cost of ownership even less, and in most cases quite profitable, with no need for an IT tech team.
The project's co-founder, Tom Cormier, sees this as the fastest way to save the living history of the 20th century before it is lost forever.
"By enabling larger groups, businesses and organizations with the ability to conduct niche-specific story collecting initiatives and then archive the content their own living history library, we can save more valuable family history and ancestor genealogy," says Cormier. "By leveraging our five years of development and top level experience, these companies can communicate with their members in a more meaningful way and generate much needed revenue in the process, all the while capturing the life stories related to their specific niche"
The web-based living history library is a cloud-based archive with unique story collecting features like the photo-voice recorder to describe the people and events in vintage family photos and customized story prompts.
The library also provides an interactive legacy-builder tool chest to methodically help people to document and preserve their life stories for the benefit of future generations. Individual toolkits show how to efficiently preserve and pass down life lessons, family values and traditions, heirlooms and keepsakes, and old photographs that reflect valuable family history.
Non-profit organizations can engage members and supporters in a whole new way, allowing them to archive their niche-related stories for posterity while enriching the group and the greater community, attracting attention to their cause, and making it a lot easier to raise funds.
Media outlets can improve community relations and increase profits by launching a community legacy project to collect the life stories of citizens, giving everyone a chance to become part of community history.
Faith-based organizations can utilize the library's "Talking Photos" iPad app to engage youth with elders, creating an inter-generational bond.
Financial services companies can provide agents and brokers with a unique way to become more intimately involved with their clients by helping them to start the legacy-building process.
Assistance is provided by a network of certified legacy advisors who can help organize a legacy project or offer assistance to seniors and families where needed.
The project is also offering rights to resell licenses in other countries, expanding the project exponentially.
To learn more, contact:
Tom Cormier Co-founder