Screen Call of The Forest for Your Community and raise funds for the trees
Do you enjoy bringing people together and educating them about the importance of our trees?
Screening Call of the Forest for your community is a brilliant way to fundraise in aid of TreeSisters. A community screening is any group of 10 or more.
TreeSisters has a special agreement with Merit Motion Pictures (the filmmaker) that allows treesisters everywhere to screen Call of the Forest to their community as a TreeSisters fundraiser, without purchasing a screening licence in advance. The agreement is an honour system.
What does this mean for you?
You can screen the film at your local hall, or speak to your local cinema or other venue with a large screen. Often if you are fundraising, the venue will reduce or waive any hiring fees.
Merit have lots of support for screenings on their website here, including a full Media Kit and images to use on social media (please disregard the information on their page about screening licenses as TreeSisters has a separate agreement).
Here at TreeSisters we know that everything is richer, deeper and more nourishing when you do it with others.
This is a wonderful activity to do with your TreeSisters Grove, or your local women’s group, or just a group of friends who are passionate about the trees.
You may like to think about additional elements for your screening that could raise extra funds - such as:
If you’d like to do a screening for your community and raise funds for TreeSisters, please fill out the form below.
Terms & Conditions: Completion of the participation form is required prior to organising the community fundraising screening of 'Call of the Forest' in-aid of TreeSisters. There is no prior requirement to purchase a screening license. Purchase of the DVD is required at the organiser's own cost. Organisers must set a minimum attendance fee of CAN$5 (or country of residence equivalent) per screening - this minimum fee will cover the screening licence fee only, and any additional fee will be at the organiser's own discretion to raise funds for TreeSisters. Organisers must record total numbers of attendees and location per screening, and supply these details to TreeSisters accordingly when depositing funds.