In light of the recent tsunami in Japan, the Jubilee Project will be donating a penny 3 pennies for every view that this video receives in the month of March on the Jubilee Project YouTube channel. If you’d like to become a sponsor of the video and match this donation, email firstname.lastname@example.org. 100% of the proceeds from the fundraiser will go directly to World Vision in Japan to provide emergency supplies like life-saving food and water to those who need it most. Learn more about World Vision here: www.worldvision.org
Somewhat unrelated to Wong Fu Productions but this Jubilee Project short film features Clara Chung, Arden Cho, and Jennifer Chung which they have worked with Wong Fu Productions in the past. Jubilee Project produces films for good causes. Maybe you have heard of Jubilee Project from a remake of their original short film, Love Language, that was popular around Tumblr a while ago. Help out! Every view counts ;]
“Once in our life we will meet someone that will change us. Someone that only come once in a million strangers we meet. Someone who will make us see how life so beautiful. That someone will pull us through whatever darkness we linger and show us that this world is colorful. Someone that will make you want to freeze those moments that you were together. Hoping that if your life will be repeatedly, you’ll wish to meet that person all over again. So, when you meet that someone preserve the memories. Just like the photo’s that came with them.
What Would The World Look Like Without Black People?
These days it can be so hard to talk about race and racism. It’s taboo, polarizing, and nuanced. But it is also one of the most important topics of our generation. So we went to the streets to have a conversation about it. From Boston to LA, we heard stories that were raw and honest. This Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we are proud to share with you “World Without Black People”, a glimpse into the conversation that we had about race and what it is like to be a black person living in America. We made this video to share these stories, stand in solidarity with our black brothers and sisters, and challenge you to have a similar conversation of your own. We made this video because #BlackLivesMatter.
“The Last Pick” is a video about helping others. When we give to others, we often benefit in return. It usually happens when we expect it the least, but need it the most.
This film was produced this past summer to support the Jeremy Lin Foundation (@jlinfoundation). The Foundation loves and serves children and youth, by providing hope, empowerment and leadership development.
The Jubilee Project made this video to honor moms around the world because we were inspired by the love and care we received from our own moms.
Moms mean a lot to all of us. Yet, every year 7 million women are injured and 350,000 women die from complications due to childbirth. These deaths, however, are preventable by providing basic maternal health care.
For every view that we get on this video, Jubilee Project sponsors will donate a penny to Every Mother Counts, an organization dedicated to improving maternal health in developing countries. Together, let’s help build a world where children won’t have to live without moms.
Our goal with Dear Daniel is to empower young people who watch this film to chase their own dreams and live a life of passion. Too often we settle for less because of the many factors that tell us we need to play it safe and take the more conventional route. But this keeps us from actually becoming the person we are meant to be.