Donate today; we can’t do it without you!

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May 6, 2014
By Taylor LoNigro

On behalf of DocFilm and the entire VDC team, we want to thank you for attending the February 11 Veteran Documentary Corps premiere. The evening was a great success. Veterans and filmmakers alike had an amazing time.  Your support means a great deal to us all at VDC; we can’t fulfill our mission to tell veterans’ stories without you.

The VDC team has also released all the documentaries you enjoyed at the Castro Theatre on our website and on the Pentagon Channel.

As you all know, VDC currently depends on donations to tell each veteran’s story. A very generous donor has offered to match your gift, dollar for dollar, up to $10,000.  Gifts are 100% tax deductible. More than 90% of your contribution goes towards film production costs. With your help, we will reach our $10,000 goal.

A gift of $100, $$250, $500 or more will enable us to attain our 2014 goal of producing one story per month. Our next subject is Katrina Rodriguez, a Native American serving in the United States Navy. Katrina, is a mother of two children, and is deeply involved in her community of fellow veterans. If you give at the $250 level or above over the next three weeks, we will send you a DVD copy of the February 11 event!

Again, we thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you at future events.

Please make a donation today by following the easy steps below.

By Check:

Make your check out to:  Documentary Film Institute and mail it to:

C/O of Documentary Film Institute
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue FA 234
San Francisco, CA 94129

By Credit Card:

Visit this link: http://veterandocs.org/donate.html select the credit card option and then choose DocFilm in the scroll down menu under the Outreach + Special Initiatives section on the San Francisco State University donor page and Choose Veteran Documentary Corps.  If you have any trouble at all, please call 415.405.3753 for assistance.

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