We're now in the final days of the campaign to fund Sisters For Sale, our feature-length documentary to raise awareness of human trafficking. Already we've raised US$9,263 from 172 amazing people around the world.
I'm deeply grateful to everyone who's been involved with our campaign - financially or otherwise - and there are a few names I'd like to mention in particular:
First of all I'd like to thank John Bardos and Barry O'Kane, two incredible people without whom this crowdfunding campaign would never have happened. A chance meeting inspired John to dedicate himself to getting behind The Human, Earth Project, and what he and Barry have achieved since then has been nothing short of phenomenal.
Carola Irvine is a friend and great supporter who raised $527 from friends and family in the Netherlands before the campaign even began, which she contributed the moment it launched.
Myste Laquinta is a 23-year-old from Pennsylvania, who surprised us with an incredible $1,100 contribution three weeks ago.
David Palmer is an avid follower whom I had the pleasure of meeting last year at TEDx BRC, who recently contributed $500 to our cause.
Last but certainly not least, I'd like to thank my mother Sue Randall, who has sent me personally a sum of money I'll also be dedicating to the production our documentary.
If you've contributed to our campaign, thank you. If you haven't yet, and would like to show your support, time is running out!