help us fund post-production!
We are so very excited that our documentary, Saving the Rabbits of Ravensbrück, is the recipient of a $15,000 challenge grant from the Rabbi Israel Miller Fund for Shoah Research, Education, and Documentation. Each dollar donated to our film up to $15,000 will be matched by this grant, giving us a total of $30,000 for post-production so that we can finally begin editing the film. With your help, we can begin to pull together all the wonderful interviews and footage that we’ve filmed and let these women tell us the amazing story of the “Rabbits” of Ravensbrück and the courageous women of the resistance during WWII.
For those of you who contributed to the project to help us cover the costs to film these interviews, please know how very grateful we are for you! Your support helped us receive this grant – and has put us in the position to be able to complete the film. I hope you’ll consider supporting us again through our new Kickstarter campaign and help get us to the finish line.
The first 15 people who donate $500 or more will receive a signed copy of Lost Roses, Martha Hall Kelly’s prequel to her NYT best seller, Lilac Girls, which was just released on April 9. The first 15 people who donate $100 or more will receive a box of notecards featuring some of the beautiful photographs taken of Poland, Germany, and France during our trip to interview Ravensbrück survivors last spring.
Please continue to share our film and Kickstarter campaign with your friends and family. Thank you so much for your continued support!
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