especially when they expand the traditional definition of what it means to be a
one that, he says, often leaves kids feeling alone and unloved. His memory of carrying his belongings in nothing more than a garbage bag gave him the idea for Comfort Cases, which provides backpacks filled with PJs, toothpaste, a toy, a blanket, and a book for kids in the foster care system.
decided to test longer versions of the piece only to find that our audience found the Scheers' story so compelling that they remained engaged well into the 4- and 5-minute marks, a clear indication that the piece was primed and ready to be shared.
all while simultaneously putting an end to biased stereotypes.
DeGeneres Show, story again and received
and the Comfort Cases video quickly evolved into something much bigger. Following a founder's intimate reflection of carrying a trash bag while in the foster care system to his brutal realization that his trash bag. His commitment to break this cycle resulted in this shareable video documentary that brought a vast intersectionality of issues from family to abuse to the forefront for American audiences. It pushed so many
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