Los Angeles, CA – August 19, 2019 – We believe you! That Day May Come is a short film that aims to end the stigma surrounding the credibility of domestic violence survivors. With 1 in 4 women in the United States experiencing domestic violence every year, and 1 in 15 children baring witness to such an atrocity, this is not a commodity. It’s an epidemic.
Love, Family, Drama, and a struggle for freedom is what sets this film apart from the pack. When two sisters from a rural community make the decision to raise a child away from her abusive father, they resign themselves to a life of secrecy and heartache, but when the child is taken, the sisters must finally confront the face of their fears, or risk losing their family forever. That Day May Come is as much a product of the screenwriters imagination, as it is a reflection of the daily lives of many women and children across the globe.
With these statistics in mind, and armed with a story that has the potential to change lives, this project has partnered with Seed&Spark to raise $15,000 that will go towards the production of their transformative film. That Day May Come has pledged to host a series of screenings for this film that will directly benefit charities that promote the assistance of families victimized by domestic abuse.
To discover how to donate to this amazing project before August 19th, 2019, go to www.seedandspark.com and search That Day May Come. Name, Email, Password, and two minutes of your time can change a person’s life forever.
Company Name: That Day May Come
Contact Person: Mia Corcoran
Email: Send Email
Phone: (818) 961-4032
Country: United States