In December 2015 I traveled to Sangkhlaburi, in Thailand, where I had the honor to join One Sky Foundation, a local NGO working to meet the needs of vulnerable children.
Sangkhlaburi, on the Thai Burma border, is not a big town, but more than 600 children are living in 17 children’s homes, away from the love and care of their families. None of the homes are legally registered.
In 2015, Social Services and One Sky Foundation interviewed all of the children, to find out that 90% of them have at least one living parent.
Most of the children told us that they live in the children’s home because their parents are poor.
We believe this is wrong
You can learn more about what they are doing here: http://ift.tt/1XLBsee
Filmed & edited by: Ignacio Marín
Filmed with: Nikon D610
Music: Tony Anderson – “Diana” (musicbed.com)
This is the story of what you made possible for the children and families of Fallujah, giving them what they need to hang on as the fight against ISIS rages. You showed up where others would not go. This is what your love does. http://ift.tt/28LXkkH
Only one out of every five people who could benefit from a hearing aid actually wear one (The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders). By giving a donation to the Starkey Hearing Foundation, you’re giving someone else a chance to hear the world.
Starkey Hearing Foundation has operated in rural areas all over the world and has made significant strides to provide alternative hearing solutions for those who cannot afford, or even acquire it.
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To give the gift of hearing, visit http://ift.tt/1KWHscj
Creative Direction – Joash Berkeley
Design/Illustration/Animation – Joash Berkeley
Voice Talents: Amy Wallace, Rucha Muley, Joash Berkeley
Music – Paul Suite
Sound Design – White Noise Lab
Final Mixing – White Noise Lab
Recording Equipment (special thanks) – Crosby Ignasher
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At 85 years old, organic raisin farmer and lifelong river advocate Walt Shubin is not slowing down. He has dedicated the last 65 years of his life to restoring California’s once-mighty San Joaquin River to the wild glory he remembers as a young boy. Driven by his passion for the river, and despite worn out knees and joints, he takes us on a journey to help us understand why this river is so important to all of us as well.
Learn more about the San Joaquin River and take action to restore its health at http://ift.tt/1O6jQoc
Director: Justin Clifton
Editors: Chris Cresci & Justin Clifton
Cinematographer: Chris Cresci
Featuring: Walt Shubin
Location: Kerman, California
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Captured over two years, “Daddy Don’t Go” is a feature length documentary about four disadvantaged fathers in New York City as they struggle to beat the odds and defy the deadbeat dad stereotype. Find out more at http://ift.tt/1MHRMrm