this veteran's day donate to degage ministries to help other homeless veterans: http://bit.ly/198hfmv
directed and produced by rob bliss creative: http://bit.ly/tanjc4
big thanks to these groups who volunteered to make this video possible:
anna walt of design 1 salon & spa: http://design1.com/
kevin budzynski of whiskey neat: http://kevinbudzynski.tumblr.com/
john boros: http://www.johnborosproductions.com/
green frog photo: http://www.greenfrogphoto.com/
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song: "take me to a place" - http://www.neosounds.com/royalty-free...
our video's message: we are in no way saying that this is the finish line for jim. this is just the first corner turned. we'd be crazy to think a makeover video would undo the internal damage of decades of poverty and alcoholism. progress is rarely a straight line forward, especially when it comes to addiction. but it could be the start of something, and we're working hard to help walk him down this new path. for everyone else, we hope to give a hesitation to those that we tune out, a reminder of the potential that even our most down and out citizens will always carry with them.
information about degage ministries: serving 400-500 individuals daily, dégagé ministries offers help and hope to homeless and disadvantaged individuals in our community. responsive programming is designed to address immediate and long-term needs such as overnight respite for women in crisis, food, referral services and hygiene facilities. while many of our services may seem "simple," those who receive our services take nothing for granted. often, it is the simplest of gestures that brings the most powerful results.