Send It In

We Reached Our Goal of 200,000 Soul Boxes!

Thank you for participating in the Soul Box Project by making Soul Boxes and sending them in. We appreciate the donation of your time and expenses. Because of YOU we reached our goal for the D.C. exhibit in October 2021.

But our work is not done. You have a role to play.

Making a Soul Box—the physical process of folding—is a valuable experience, whether you are folding for a specific loved one or gaining solace from some moments of reflection with productive hands at work.

We do encourage you to continue making Soul Boxes and to involve your community. More people in our country need to see and understand the scale of the gunfire epidemic. Soul Boxes you make now and in the future will continue these efforts. We’ll help you.

  • Make and collect Boxes locally and plan an exhibit in your own town, church, library, school, museum, business, or community center.
  • Borrow our panels of Soul Boxes to make a bigger impact in your town for a few weeks or months.
  • Find a place where your locally-made Soul Boxes can continue to be in the public eye on a long-term basis.
  • Contact us for help with your plans to host an exhibit or event.

Send in Your Memorial Soul Box
At this time, the Project has nearly reached storage capacity and is only able to accept Soul Boxes made for the death or injury of a friend or family member. We will endeavor to include your memorial Soul Box in future display panels and/or on our name search Online Exhibit.

Mailing address: The Soul Box Project, 7830 SW 40th Ave., Suite B1, Portland, OR 97219

Please submit this online form if you are mailing a memorial Soul Box to the Project.

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Your participation in The Soul Box Project increases our collective power to aid healing while awakening understanding, empathy, and solidarity among more Americans. Sharing your story extends this positive impact while honoring the memories of loved ones impacted by gunfire. Tell us how The Soul Box Project has influenced you.

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