Host a Screening!

Want to bring the film to your local community, church, school, or center? Let's do it! We offer different packages that can be custom fit for your needs. We do charge a small screening fee that varies in cost but we never want that to be a reason not to see the film. Please reach out to us and will will find a way to make it work for you! (100% of the screening fee will go directly to supporting the women in the film and other change agents like them!)

Packages can include:

  • Film screener (DVD or Online Screener) 
  • Education/Discussion Guide
  • 30-60 min Talk-back/Q&A with the filmmaker (Audrey Emerson)
  • 30-90 min Documentary Filmmaking for Change Workshop
  • Promotional Support for your screening
  • Postcards, posters, and a media kit 

Got other ideas? Let us know!

Contact: Audrey Emerson audrey@thepamojaproject.org 


Join the mailing list

It's easy! We'll send you an update (no more then once a month) on where we are screening and new ways to get involved! 


Donate Directly to the Organizations

Tanzania Maasai Women Art (Margaret)

Maasai Women Art (registered as Tanzania Maasai Women Art Limited) is a Tanzanian locally owned and managed company that sells high quality Maasai jewellery combining traditional beading techniques with Italian elegance. The company guarantees fair working and trading conditions to Maasai women and encourages environmentally friendly practices.

Sega Girls School (Astridah)

Founded in 2008, and located in Morogoro, Tanzania the SEGA Girls School is a rapidly growing residential campus. With support from four USAID/ASHA matching grants, and from our committed supporters, we have completed construction of the SEGA campus that supports the education of 200 vulnerable girls each year. Click here to see the SEGA Girls School story

St. Josephs Orphanage (Sister Crispina)

St. Josephs Orphanage is home to 47 children all whom receive a private school education and a loving home full of laughter, joy, and play. The Orphanage is run by Sister Crispina and supported by the Unite The World With Africa Foundation, Inc. 


Donate to the Film - Supporting All three women and others like them

Thanks to our incredible supporters we have exceeded our fundraising goal of $25,000 and raised a grand total of $30,000! We will continue to raise funds to expand our reach and maximize our vision. Please consider donating to our project below. Your donation goes directly to the production of these films via our fiscal sponsor, From the Heart Productions. From the Heart Productions is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to supporting films that are unique and make a contribution to society. Your donation is 100% tax deductible and will go directly to The Pamoja Project. (Please note that all funds donated are distributed to The Pamoja Project minus a 5% administrative fee for checks and a 7% fee for credit card donations.)

If you would like to write a check please make it out to: From the Heart Productions and put "The Pamoja Project" in the memo line. Checks can be mailed to:

From the Heart Productions

1455 Mandalay Beach Rd.

Oxnard, CA 93035


 

Sponsorship

If you or your company would be interested in becoming an official sponsor or partner of the Pamoja Project we would love to talk to you about how to make this possible. Whether you are able to donate equipment; provide marketing, fundraising, publicity, or distribution assistance; or just want to help we would love to hear from you. Please contact: Audrey Emerson audrey@thepamojaproject.org