Uploaded on Jan 10, 2011
To make the world a better place, we must first become better ourselves. The new year gives us all a chance to turn a new leaf on our lives - a chance to start over, to wipe the slate clean. Too often, we live our lives without reflecting on the lessons we've learned and about the person we strive to become. We produced this video to encourage you to take some time in your life and think about these questions. What kind of life do you want to live?
This video was produced as part of our monthly fundraiser video series. The group we are supporting for this fundraiser is Services for the UnderServed (SUS), an organization that provides necessary mental and physical services for the neglected and needy. More than medicine, these patients need a second chance at life and the resources to pick themselves up again. Founded in 1978, Services for the UnderServed (SUS) has gained a reputation for helping individuals and families faced with a wide range of challenges—mental illness, developmental disability, physical disability, AIDS, homelessness, unemployment and poverty. Through their dedication to this cause, thousands of patients have been able to turn their own leaves on life and start anew.
This is how you can help Services for the Underserved:
1. Email email@example.com to become a sponsor of this video. By signing up to sponsor the video you will donate 1 penny per view that the video receives in January. So if this video is watched a hundred times in the month, sponsors will each donate 1 dollar, and so forth. Remember that you can put a cap on how much you donate. Just let us know in your email how much you want to cap your donation at.
2. By simply watching the video you can help the cause. Each time you or your friends watch the video, a certain amount of money will be donated depending on how many sponsors we get. So if there are 5 sponsors, each view will generate 5 cents for the cause.
The video was inspired and produced with the consent of 50 People, 1 Question (50p1q.com). Music was produced by and used with the permission of Jesse Chui and David Lanz
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