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Intergenerational project :: Giving Tuesdays #3
A cellist discovers that his great-great uncle was a famous classical music composer. He sets out to bring his music back to life.
Welcome back to Giving Tuesdays, a feature of On Humanity to support one another and those around us. As described here, every other week your requests or offers to this mutual exchange form will be posted here. Submit one anytime!
One new request for help with an inspiring project was sent in this past week, and it’s unlike submissions you’ve seen so far. It embodies a theme of intergenerational memory — a theme, coincidentally, to be separately explored further in this substack.
Finally, you are encouraged to connect with the individuals from last time: Caroline asked to support a friend’s serious medical expenses; Jeffrey and Emily have networking and coaching-related questions; Nita asks for editing/proofreading and offers health coaching. Please reach out to me; I will gladly facilitate the introduction.
Regardless of your location or level of need, if you are seeking even minor help in anything (or willing to offer to others) — such as a piece of advice on some matter — or a more significant kind of support, please fill out the form for your submission to be featured two weeks from now.
Request: Help fund my Kickstarter either by sharing or donating to it! Here's a link to the kickstarter - have a look! There's a trailer in there too: http://kck.st/3E9DzDq
“I'm an indie documentary director in Brooklyn, and I'm kind of pressed against the wall. I need to raise $20,000 by November in order to be able to film in Carnegie Hall the climax scene of a documentary I've been working on for the last 3 years. It's about a cellist who discovers that his great-great uncle used to be a famous composer 100 years ago, and he begins a lifelong project to bring that forgotten music back to life.
And here’s a post where I introduce the project myself, show the trailer, and talk about it afterwards:
Here is a shorter reel:
The Kickstarter has different pledges on it depending on the size of the contribution.”
If you’d like your request or offer to be featured in a future Giving Tuesdays section of this publication, please submit the mutual support form; to be connected with one of the featured individuals, please leave a comment or reach out. Please consider inviting your friends or collaborators to this publication, the abundance.dev community, or the anyhumans podcast.
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