1. The Current Face of Hunger

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    Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen feeds more than 1,200 people every week day. Over their thirty year history, the faces of their guests have changed. Produced by - On the Leesh Productions Featuring: Rev. Glenn Chalmers, Yvonne Cassidy, Joyce Sturges, Shirley Temple-Cooke, Donna Brennan, Gerard Gonzalez, Nicholas Perriello, and Guests of Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen Directed by: Alicia Arinella Shot by: Amanda Blohm, James McGann and Alicia Arinella Edited by: James McGann and Alicia Arinella Music by: Buick Audra What You Can Do Logo Created by: SCG Siddharth Creative Group Special Thanks: Yvonne Cassidy, Jordan Rubenstein, Rev.Glenn Chalmers, Joyce Sturges, Shirley Temple-Cooke, Donna Brennan, Gerard Gonzalez, Nicholas Perriello, and everyone at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, and Dennis Arinella For more information on What You Can Do, please visit: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/whatyoucando Twitter - www.Twitter.com/whatyoucando Website - www.whatyoucando.com Blog - www.whatyoucandoseries.blogspot.com Vlog - www.youtube.com/unstoppableminute.com Pinterest - www.pinterest.com/1minette For more information on On the Leesh Productions, please visit: Website - http://www.ontheleesh.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ontheleesh Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ontheleesh Blog - http://www.ontheleesh.blogspot.com For more information on Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, please visit - Website - www.holyapostlessoupkitchen.org Facebook - www.facebook.com/holyapostlessoupkitchen Follow them on Twitter - www.twitter.com/HolyApostelsNYC For more information Buick Audra, please visit: Website - www.buickaudra.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/buickaudramusic Twitter - www.twitter.com/buickaudra Instagram - www.instagram.com/buickaudra

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    • Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen's - 2013 Fast-a-Thon

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      Once a year around Thanksgiving, Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen hosts a fast-a-thon. Anyone can participate from anywhere in the country. Take part and help this wonderful organization continue to help the hungry of New York City. Produced by - On the Leesh Productions Featuring: Rev. Glenn Chalmers, Yvonne Cassidy, and Guests of Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen Directed by: Alicia Arinella Shot by: Amanda Blohm, James McGann and Alicia Arinella Edited by: James Blohm & Alicia Arinella Music by: Buick Audra What You Can Do Logo Created by: SCG Siddharth Creative Group Special Thanks: Yvonne Cassidy, Jordan Rubenstein, Rev.Glenn Chalmers, Elizabeth, Jay, Jose, David, Barbara, Joseph, George, Fred, Norman, Gerard, Patricia, and everyone at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, and Dennis Arinella For more information on What You Can Do, please visit: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/whatyoucando Twitter - www.Twitter.com/whatyoucando Website - www.whatyoucando.com Blog - www.whatyoucandoseries.blogspot.com Vlog - www.youtube.com/unstoppableminute.com Pinterest - www.pinterest.com/1minette For more information on On the Leesh Productions, please visit: Website - http://www.ontheleesh.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ontheleesh Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ontheleesh Blog - http://www.ontheleesh.blogspot.com For more information on Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, please visit - Website - www.holyapostlessoupkitchen.org Facebook - www.facebook.com/holyapostlessoupkitchen Follow them on Twitter - www.twitter.com/HolyApostelsNYC For more information Buick Audra, please visit: Website - www.buickaudra.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/buickaudramusic Twitter - www.twitter.com/buickaudra Instagram - www.instagram.com/buickaudra

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      • What's the difference between a soup kitchen and a food pantry?

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        Ever wonder what the difference is between a soup kitchen and food pantry? Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen's Yvonne Cassidy explains. Produced by: On the Leesh Productions

 Featuring: Yvonne Cassidy Directed by: Alicia Arinella 
Shot by: Amanda Blohm
 Edited by: Alicia Arinella
 Music by: Banana Whale
 What You Can Do Logo Created by: SCG Siddharth Creative Group
 Additional Footage Provided by: Shutterstock, Inc. Used by Permission

 Special Thanks: Yvonne Cassidy, Naoise McGee, Rev. Glenn Chalmers, Michael Ottley, Charles Dennis Jr., Fred Street, and everyone at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, and Dennis Arinella
 For more information on What You Can Do, please visit: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/whatyoucando Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/whatyoucando Other YouTube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/whatyoucando365 Blog - http://www.whatyoucandoseries.blogspot.com Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/1minette Website - http://www.whatyoucando.com For more information on On the Leesh, please visit: Website - http://www.ontheleesh.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/On-the-Leesh-Productions/62939494253 Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ontheleesh Blog - http://www.ontheleesh.blogspot.com For more information on Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, please visit - www.holyapostlessoupkitchen.org Facebook - www.facebook.com/holyapostlessoupkitchen Follow them on Twitter - www.twitter.com/HolyApostelsNYC

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        • Homeless Heart Starter - 2

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          • Lidgetton Community Project

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            Visiting the children in Lidgetton

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            • Soup Kitchen 27 GBP

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              Tahoe Summer Skating and Some end of The year footage never used from Boreal.4th of July Trip to Huntington Beach. GBP-GBP.COM

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              • My Friend Skip.

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                I used to see this guy begging for money and I used to ignore him. Skip was someone I dismissed because I found out he was a heroin addict. I never thought that one day he would become a close friend. He has been sober over a year and half and I'm very proud of him. Don't dismiss a person so easily, they might surprise you. The story of Justin "Skip" Shields. Shot and directed by Zach Daulton See the full blog post at http://www.bluishstuff.com/blog/skip

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                • Pay it forward

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                  My name is Yolindie Oberholzer, I am the welfare worker at Fred and Martie’s Soupkitchen situated in Claremont in Johannesburg, our organisation is a registered non-profit organisation that has been in existence for 32 years. My parents moved to Claremont, Johannesburg in March 1981, they knew what being poor was all about. Fred (my dad) himself was no stranger to poverty, having grown up poor. Martie alone (Fred’s wife), started feeding children from a table on the pavement on the side of the road in front of their house 32 years ago with sample packs of soya mince which my dad got from the factory he worked at to feed us, however, we shared our sample packs of soya mince with many others… Martie recognised that there was a problem when so many people came to her to borrow food for their children and realised that there was a need. She told us so many times that she started the soup kitchen because she knows what it is like to be poor and to have to go to bed hungry, praying for the hunger pains to go away… The first day 5 children arrived and by the third day there were 200 children gathering on the pavement, on the doorstep and in the street. The traffic department stepped in and assisted with the traffic whilst the children were eating. One woman’s passion and love for her community helped her feed hundreds. For year the poor and needy have relied on my parents not only for food but also for inspiration. Martie sadly passed away in February 2008 and her dying wish was that should she pass away the children should be taken care of no matter what the cost. I got involved at this time as my dad’s health was in a poor state and he was unable to continue with the Soup kitchen on his own. I promised my dad that the children will be taken care off. The children that Martie cared for so much will never be forgotten and will never go hungry… There are so many children and elderly folk that are forgotten (and so often “invisible”) to us. They are right here among us. We are planning a fund raising event, a Gospel Show with the Theme – PAYING IT FORWARD in aid of our Soup kitchen, the date earmarked for the event is 21 June 2014. Please will you consider participating in the event, PAY IT FORWARD is synonym to what God has done for you

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                  • Street Meet

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                    Street Meet is a short documentary telling the story of a man in Manchester who helps the homeless every single week. Made by Harry Cohn for his Self Directed Project Module at The Manchester College for his Broadcast Foundation Degree.

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                    • Urban Tundra

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                      "Urban Tundra" is an observational documentary about homelessness and faith. A very big snowstorm named Monica hits Tallinn, Estonia in December 2010 and the film crew visits a soup kitchen opened for people in need. The film tries to observe the activities during Christmas holiday and document how people in need are coping with the ongoing storm. /Dokumentaalfilm jälgib kodutute elu 2010. aasta jõulude ajal, kui Tallinna tabas võimas lumetorm “Monika”. / Directed by Robi Uppin & Maria Kivirand Produced by Maria Kivirand Sound design & music by Robi Uppin Cinematography by Robi Uppin Edited by Maria Kivirand, Martin Männik Black Plastic Media Productions & Baltic Film and Media School 2011 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2335946/?ref_=ttpl_pl_tt International Film Festivals: VII Festival Alto Vicentino - International Short Film Festival / Italy 2013 The China International (KingBonn) New Media Shorts Festival / China 2012 Tampere International Short Film Festival / Finland 2012 WORLDFILM Festival Of Visual Culture, Tartu / Estonia 2012 STEPS International Film Festival, Harkov / Ukraine 2012 Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival, Doha / Qatar 2012 LOVE & ANARCHY Helsinki International Film Festival / Finland 2012 Trento International Festival Of Cinema And Religion / Italy 2012 * Religion & Society Prize CINEAST Central And Eastern European Film Festival / Luxembourg 2012 Denver International Film Festival / USA 2012 ZubrOFFka International Short Film Festival, Bialystok / Poland 2012 (A Hundred Years of Estonian Cinema) DOKUBAZAAR International Documentary Film Festival, Ljubljana / Slovenia 2011 HOPE XV International Youth Film Festival, Budapest / Hungary 2011 SKENA UP International Students Film And Theatre Festival, Prishtina / Kosovo 2011

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