What does your investment pay for in Lunch Love Community?
You may wonder, as I often do when I “kick in” to projects I like, where is my money going?
For the (8) webisodes this $9,000 will help us pay professionally for:
(1) film editor for 8 weeks
(1) online community manager + web designer for 4 weeks
(1) sound and music designer flat fee
(1) production manager (editorial, web + outreach) for 8 weeks
(1) web programmer and technical assistance flat fee
(1) simple animation flat fee
I just cherry-picked some line items from the budget to show you some of the team members (as hard-working Bay Area freelancers) who will need to be compensated for their work efforts. (Please note that the producers are not on this list!)
When our Kickstarter campaign ends on Monday morning, June 7, we will be able to prove to other funders and donors that yes, ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE came in as backers of this new social media experiment! Honestly, it amazes me to this day, and I am energized.
It makes me excited to think that we are part of the next generation of media makers experimenting within this new digital space, and doing what Clay Shirky writes about today in the Wall Street Journal -- “Does the Internet Make You Smarter?”…
“The task before us now is to experiment with new ways of using a medium that is social, ubiquitous, and cheap, a medium that changes the landscape by distributing freedom of the press and freedom of assembly as widely as freedom of speech.”
pledged of $9,000 goal
seconds to go
Mar 9, 2010 - Jun 7, 2010
Pledge $10 or more
A package of native California seeds ready for growing your own edible schoolyard.
Pledge $20 or more
One of our favorite recipes from the cafeteria.
Pledge $50 or more
A signed 2010 School Lunch Year Calendar, beautifully designed by the artist Terri Hill, and filled with great recipes that have been tried and tested to be kid friendly, easy to prepare, nutritious and delicious.
Pledge $100 or more
Signed DVD of the completed Open Minds Open Mouths film.
Pledge $200 or more
A tour and lunch with the team at the state-of-the-art Dining Commons at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Berkeley. Or a signed copy of Chef Ann Cooper's “Lunch Lessons” book.
Pledge $500 or more
A personal catered meal prepared for your group or family of four by the chefs of the Berkeley School Lunch Initiative.
Pledge $1,000 or more
Receive all of the above plus an Angel Producer credit on the media campaign and on the completed documentary.