The Working Hungry set out to collect and share the stories of three families, and through them represent the stories of more than 700,000 people across the state of Indiana who are food insecure. Stories, more than statistics, engage people in understanding and connecting to issues of hunger and upstream causes. Only by showing real stories behind hunger – like those in The Working Hungry – can we truly address the problems that create this critical issue and begin real change for those trying to keep their children fed. The Working Hungry trailer
We’re sparking conversation and action across the state through film viewings at big and small venues.
After the statewide broadcast on Indiana’s Public Broadcasting Stations, film screenings with meaningful panel discussions will move around the state.
We want groups to host a viewing and engage the audience to continue the conversation!
Interested? We hope so!
We will be supporting organizations interested in showing the film and hosting a panel discussion with the audience.
Mini Grant Film Viewing Opportunity – Overview:
- Statewide film screenings and meaningful panel discussion (film is 30 minutes)
- All size venues and organizations are invited to apply
- Venues are encouraged to apply whether or not they need funding assistance
- Up to $500 available per venue to assist with expenses as funds are available
- The Working Hungryteam to provide marketing and promotional materials, and discussion guides
- Partners should plan to show the film between Feb 1, 2023 – May 31, 2023
- Grantees will be responsible for sharing a brief summary of their event and participation numbers
- Application deadline – December 2, 2022 at 12:00pm EST
Interested in showing the film but don’t need grant money?
We’d love to help you promote your event – please fill out the application and check “no funding needed” when asked.
In a time of low unemployment and food abundance, food insecurity should not be so widespread. Let’s talk about what can be done to truly end hunger!