Partners of
Blue Like Jazz

In 2010, a campaign on Kickstarter called "Save Blue Like Jazz" raised almost $350,000 to send Blue Like Jazz back into production. Toward the project's end, the director, writers and producers decided that once the movie turned a profit, 10% of its profits would go to a cause chosen by the Kickstarter backers. Recently, several non-profits, causes and charities were voted on and chosen.

10% of the profits of Blue Like Jazz will go to build wells, free slaves, and provide mentors.

Blood Water Mission

Blood:Water Mission is a grassroots organization that empowers communities to work together against the HIV/AIDS and water crises in Africa.

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IJM

International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. IJM seeks to make public justice systems work for victims of abuse and oppression who urgently need the protection of the law.

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The Mentor Project

The Mentoring Project (TMP) is an advocacy and training organization that serves as a liaison between faith communities and matching agencies to provide mentors for fatherless youth. Through dynamic church trainings, national mentor recruitment, and the creation of sustainable mentoring communities, The Mentoring Project seeks to rewrite the story of the fatherless generation.

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In addition, Blue Like Jazz is thankful for the support and partnership of the following organizations.

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson started with humble beginnings in a village in Scotland 200 years ago and is now a modern-day publishing enterprise employing over 600 people. Thomas Nelson's goal has been to Honor God and Serve People.

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Relevant

RELEVANT Media Group is a multimedia company whose purpose is to impact culture and give voice to what God is doing in and through our generation. RELEVANT Media Group believes encountering God changes lives, so the magazine looks at how to live that out in tangible, intentional and thoughtful ways.

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Storyline Conference

The Storyline Conference is designed to convert attendees from consumers to producers in their lives. Storyline is for those ready to do the difficult, introspective work involved in changing their lives.

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World Vision

The World Vision Activism Network connects faith and justice through creative activism, which means we create to inspire action. Act:s makes resources like art and music, takes over spaces, hosts events and tells stories to bring the world's most challenging issues to life and mobilize our generation to act.

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Justice Conference

The Justice Conference 2012 is the second annual international gathering of advocates, activists, artists, professors, professionals prophets, pastors, students and stay-at-home moms working to restore the fabric of justice.

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American Bible Society

For nearly 200 years of ongoing ministry, American Bible Society invites people to experience the life-changing message of the Bible. Offering an increasing range of ministries to address core life questions and struggles, ABS partners with Christian churches and national Bible Societies to share God's Word in the United States and around the globe.

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To Write Love On Her Arms

To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.

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Art House North

Art House North gathers 'creatives' for collaboration, community and to demonstrate the Way of Jesus by seeking justice through art while living lives as fully integrated, creative advocates. Art House North...because inspired artists inspire the world.

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Wildgoose Festival

We are a community creating a festival at the intersection of justice, spirituality and art. The first festival took place in June 2011; the next one is June 21-24 2012. We take inspiration from many places, such as Greenbelt, Burning Man, the Iona Community, SXSW, and others. The festival is open to everyone; we don't censor what can be said; we invite respectful - but fearless - conversation and action for the common good.

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Gungor

Gungor is a group that believes listeners are intelligent enough to appreciate lyrical metaphor and allegory along with intricate time signatures and somewhat uncommonly paired instruments in pop or rock music. Their latest release, Ghosts Upon the Earth, was composed as a concept album that celebrates the beauty of life even in the midst of darkness and pain.

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The HopeLine

The HopeLine is an extension of Dawson McAllister Association (DMA). Their mission is to reach, rescue and restore teenagers and young adults. This mission is accomplished by employing state of the art technology and our team of trained HopeCoaches. These core elements are complimented by a cadre of like-minded partners who share a love for this generation and have unique abilities to meet specific needs.

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Catalyst

A gathering of young leaders, a movement of influencers who see things differently and feel a burden for our generation.

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Soulfest

SoulFest is New England's premier worship and music festival. The event takes place Wednesday, August 1 through Saturday, August 4 and features over 100 performances. The festival attracts thousands of people from all around the North East.

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