Help Us Empower Peacemakers
& Help Us ‘Carry The Dream’
Thank you for your contribution!
The Jerusalem Prayer Project (JPP) has been self-funded through a combination of personal assets of its producers and benefactor donations. To date, $80,000+ hundreds of hours of development, writing, field production and editing time have been committed to the project. JPP has created a dynamic range of original content inclusive of project trailers, music videos, web design, social issues vignettes, original music (project soundtrack “Flow”), and field production in Israel, Palestine and Los Angeles for our documentary series, ‘Warriors of the Heart: Peacemakers in the Holy Land’. Our first feature production focuses on ‘Women Wage Peace’, an Israeli/Palestinian women’s movement developing new approaches toward resolving the ongoing conflict in the region. We are seeking funding to complete the project this year. Your generosity directly empowers the JPP team to continue its mission, promoting peace in the Holy Land and around the world through creative, mindful and prayerful action — at a time when it is needed most. The Jerusalem Prayer Project is a special affiliate of the Unity-and-Diversity World Council (UDC), a California 501c3 non-profit organization based in Los Angeles. JPP is dedicated to creating an all-inclusive, peaceful future. We need YOUR help to bring these stories to light. Thank you for your contributions!
The Jerusalem Prayer Project is a special affiliate of the Unity-and-Diversity World Council (UDC), a California 501c3 non-profit organization based in Los Angeles.
Where The Money Goes
The funds you contribute go directly towards the completion of the “Warriors of the Heart: Peacemakers in the Holy Land” documentary series as well as other projects in development.
We are looking for $150,000 to complete phase 1, which includes all segments of the “Warriors of the Heart” documentary series (a complete detailed budget breakdown is included in the JPP Prospectus, available upon request)
The $150,000 will be allocated in the following ways:
$20,000: Final field production in Israel/Palestine
$50,000: Post-production for “Warriors of the Heart”.
$10,000: Licensing of archival photos, music and 3rd party video clips acquired by JPP.
$25,000: Web design, graphics, and ongoing maintenance of the websites.
$45,000: Promotion, Staff, office & miscellaneous
The $150,000 we currently seek to raise also includes the MLK music video tribute, “We Carry the Dream”, and a project in development, “O.U.R.” (Our Universal Renaissance) intended to be shown at the Parliament of the World’s Religions event in Toronto this November. Stephen, Robert, and the staff of JPP are dedicated to producing content of the highest quality, of creative innovation, and of significant social impact.