This is the Tellwell Plog, a chance for us to share with you what #TeamTellwell has been up to, showcase some of the projects we’ve been working on, and (of course) show you all the pupper love a Plog can handle!
Remembering Craig Williamson
We want to take a few sentences in this week’s Plog to honor a very important member of the Tellwell family. Duncan’s father, Craig Williamson, passed away in October and was celebrated at a memorial service in Denver last weekend.
While most of us never had the honor of meeting Craig in person, we are so grateful for the compassion, creativity, and generosity that he embodied and that lives on in Duncan. If you’d like to learn more about this remarkable man, we encourage you to read this article in the Denver Gazette and take a look at his memorial website. If you feel so moved, please consider donating to one of the many organizations that Craig supported–and of course, send Duncan and the rest of the Williamson fam some love.
A Story of Hope and Hard Work
After a year away, we are THRILLED to be partnering with YWCA Cass Clay on another Giving Hearts Day campaign! We had the opportunity to sit down with Jessica on Thursday and hear her incredible story of resilience, hard work, and hope. We can’t wait to share this powerful story with you in a couple of months. Until then, take a look back at our 2020 impact film!
Tellwell Goes Back to School
Max, Duncan, and Emma went back to high school on Tuesday! They spent the afternoon at Davies High School hanging out, answering questions, and sharing the story of Tellwell with a few communications and video production classes.
We’re on the Island of Misfit Toys
The Tellwell elves (Tellwelves, if you will) have been hard at work this week preparing for Christmas!
For the second year in a row, our team is participating in the United States Postal Service’s Operation Santa. We each adopted one “letter to Santa” and purchased a Christmas present for a lucky child. Now we are wrapping them up (some of us better than others) and placing them in the mail so they can arrive by Christmas morning!
Thank you for checking in with us!