Raising Awareness and Support for Community Food Bank

A Call-Out from the Niagara Activist Network

Posted July 10th, 2017 on Niagara At Large

Hello Niagara Activists,

This is 10 Men in a Tent. A movie about how the Niagara community rallied together to save the local food bank, Project Share.

In 2009, 10 community leaders spent 5 days and 5 nights in a tent, eating only food provided by the food bank and with nothing but a tent and a sleeping bag. The event raised $302,000 in food and donations.

Now, we’re making a movie of it. A portion of the proceeds of the crowdfunder will go to Project Share. This is a huge chance to create awareness and tell a successful story of activism and community actually DOES help!

We’re at 9% of our goal now. We need your help to get the rest of the way. Here’s the link:

Donate, take advantage of the perks and spread the word with friends! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/aiding-food-banks-10-men-in-a-tent-the-movie-film/x/16957529#/updates

To visit the Niagara Activist Network’s website, click on – https://niagaraactivistnetwork.wordpress.com/ .

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