Exciting news: We will be organizing a large private fundraising screening at the end of May in Amsterdam.
We are very honored to have in attendance: Our honorary Board members: Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Parme, Duke of Parma and Piacencza and Klaas van Egmond, Professor in Geosciences at the University of Utrecht. Klaas will assist with the reflections during the Q&A with me, filmmaker Renée Scheltema. There will be networking opportunities with captains of industry.
We are very grateful to have WWF and KIT, The Royal Tropical Institute, as our partners that evening. It will be an interesting audience with students, corporate sponsors, and private partners. The KIT is using the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) as a general framework for action. A great match.
We are still looking for co-sponsors and offer several business opportunities.
Your donations will be used for an update of the film; to help spread the word about Normal is Over, and a new sequel documentary with its focus on implementing SOLUTIONS offered in the first film. Our Foundation now has official ANBI status.
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I am also happy to share that we have raised our first fundraising milestone. Thanks so much to the Fred Foundation for your generous support.
At the end of last year there was some nationwide press in The Netherlands for the film. Thanks NRC Handelsblad, Max TV and Nachtkijkers NPO Radio . This publicity led to new screenings, and I am finding myself in Amsterdam once again. Attending screenings for Q & A. The next screening will be a private one at the Kringthis Wednesday, and a public screening at Studio K on April 29 in Amsterdam.
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