“Stories of Us: Camp Second Chance” – Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion

PRESENTED BY: Online Event
6:00 PM, Thursday, August 27, 2020 PST
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

We are thrilled to invite you all to our 2nd online Meaningful Movies network-wide event, on the topic of homelessness. The event will begin with a screening of the film followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker Melinda Raebyne, community leader Jason Cockburn, the founder of the Tacoma-based organization, Power of Two, Dakoda Foxx, and the Executive Director and Founder of Jewels Helping Hands in Spokane, Julie Garcia.


Cost: Screenings are free; however, we gratefully accept donations to help offset the costs of presenting the films we screen.
Suggestion: $5 Individual, $10 Household.  After registering, you will receive a Zoom link via email for the screening and panel discussion.

In “Stories of Us: Camp Second Chance,” director Melinda Raebyne takes a deep and personal dive into the homelessness crisis in Seattle. She interviews and follows the stories of people who are experiencing homelessness. The film takes a unique perspective on the daily challenges that people living in Camp Second Chance face. Check out Melinda’s facebook page HERE and her YouTube channel HERE.

Release Year: 2019

Running Time: 50

Director: Melinda Raebyne

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  1. ERIC
    #1 ERIC 25 August, 2020, 10:15

    hi, my name is Eric Davis I am a co-founder and the manager of a camp second chance i and I am also in the movie.

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    • Janet
      Janet 21 January, 2021, 16:28

      I really think that Camp Second Chance is a very good idea of a way to help homeless people. It gives them responsibilities, a safe campground, and a way to help give them a boost to transition to a more normal life. I hope that other camps become organized on the same principles.

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