The Lifeline Campaign is a documentary film produced by Brown University undergraduates Arohi Kapoor, Drew Williams, Isabelle DeBre, and Victoria Kidd, with the support and involvement of the George Wiley Center. The George Wiley Center is a grassroots community organization that fights for utility justice and other forms of social and economic justice through community organizing to win concrete changes in public policy. Learn more at: georgewileycenter.org.
The Rhode Island Center for Justice is a non-profit public interest law office that collaborates with the George Wiley Center to operate the Lifeline Project, a program designed to enforce and protect the rights of seriously ill and disabled low-income utility consumers in the State of Rhode Island. Learn more about the work of the Rhode Island Center for Justice at: centerforjustice.org.