I am grateful for those of you who pledged to help with my Kickstarter Campaign, even though I did not reach my goal of $1500, which meant that campaign was unfunded.
I am grateful for those of you who pledged to help with my Kickstarter Campaign, even though I did not reach my goal of $1500, which meant that campaign was unfunded.However, the good news is that some who pledged on that Kickstarter Campaign have independently donated and as of October 5, this fund is now at $975. I am continuing this fundraising campaign using “Chipin” until October 16, and hope to reach the original goal amount of $1,500 to cover some of our out of pocket expenses from the premier, for replication, fliers, posters....
Anyone who donates $100 or more will be included in the rolling credits as part of the special thank you and on the website - unless you wish to remain anonymous. $50 or more also gets you a mention on the website. Everyone who donates at least $25 will receive a copy of the 2 DVD set, which will help me achieve my goal of $1500.
You can donate an amount of your choosing, using the Chipin button on the donate page.
Now that I’m settled in back at home from the premier in NYC, and we got some initial exposure for the film “9/11 Dust: A Healing Journey”, I’m feeling a sense of accomplishment. I am happy that the film was so well received, especially by those for whom it was made -- the people who are still suffering from WTC syndrome. One of the first responders who was at the premier said, “This is my life! This is our film.”Thanks again for taking the time to look at this. It is my hope that this film will be used to help those who are still feeling the effects of 9/11 daily as health survivors of the toxic dust at Ground Zero.-- Penny Little, Dir. People to People TV