Seventh-Gay Adventists, the documentary, Enough Room at the Table, the companion outreach film, the Outspoken film series, and the upcoming illustrated children's book Holy Troublemakers & Unconventional Saints are all completely independent, non-for-profit projects that are funded almost entirely by tax-deductible donations from individuals who are committed to the vision of sharing stories and making love and listening a priority in their homes, churches, and communities.
Your contributions are fully tax-deductible (and can be made anonymously if needed) thanks to the fiscal sponsorship of the San Francisco Film Society.
This is how change happens. Committed people doing their part to slowly but surely make a difference. Thank-you!
HOW YOU CAN HELP
There are three things you can do to help:
- Make a monthly or one-time, secure and tax-deductible contribution of $25, $50, $100, $300, (or any other amount) right now. Please consider making a recurring monthly donation in an amount you can sustainable afford to contribute to help us be able to plan better and focus our energy on producing instead of fundraising.
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Share this with your friends, family, and circle of influence why this conversation matters to you, and invite them to participate.
If you'd like to donate by mail (you'll receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation by mail also), please make the check out to the San Francisco Film Society, and put Seventh-Gay Adventists or FSP-1195 in the memo line. Mail it to:
Seventh-Gay Adventists FSP-1195
c/o San Francisco Film Society
ATTN: Finance Department
39 Mesa Street, Ste 110
San Francisco, CA 94129
Thank you so much for your support, encouragement, and engagement. None of this would be possible without the incredible grassroots community that continues to make it possible. Thank you for being the change you wish to see in the world.
Daneen Akers & Stephen Eyer
Seventh-Gay Adventists, Enough Room at the Table, & Outspoken