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An inspiring story of love and resilience after tragedy strikes humanitarian Maggie Doyne, mother to 49 Nepali children.
1,151 backers pledged $169,394 to help bring this project to life.


Posted by Jeremy Power Regimbal (Creator)

Happy New Year Everyone! What an incredible year 2017 was for our film and getting our story out to the world! Thank you all so much for your support and word of mouth to spread our message around the world to over 18 Million people and growing!

I wanted to send an update to all of you who backed our project. I apologize for the delay on getting the rewards out to you, we really wanted to support the local Nepal economy by getting as much of the rewards made in Nepal and / or through Kopila Valley's Women Center. We had underestimated the time it would take for this. We finally have the rewards here in California and our small team is working to package them up in the coming weeks to ship off ASAP.

Also to clear up, the Kickstarter campaign for the film is completely separate from the charity and organization BlinkNow so if you have any other questions or concerns please send them directly to me and my team at MPWR CONTENT. 

  • Any questions about Kickstarter, or the Documentary please contact MPWR Content. 
  • If you are interested in your impact with the BlinkNow foundation and the progress with the school and the children at Kopila, you can contact Ashley Dittmar, Director of Development --

The film itself is coming along beautifully, we're in the editing stage now in California with a talented team working to craft a powerful story from the hours and hours of footage we've captured so far. We plan to return to Nepal again in the summer to continue filming and keep filming up until the opening of Kopila Valley's new dream school at the end of 2018. Please check out a sneak preview of what’s to come in the full length documentary with a short film created for BlinkNow’s Ten Year Anniversary.

Please check out a sneak preview of what’s to come in the full length documentary with a short film created for BlinkNow’s Ten Year Anniversary.

**For anyone waiting for a copy of the film or to be invited to release parties of the film if you selected this option, the delivery date of that will be pending on final completion of the film (aiming for early 2019 festival run)

Again thank you all so much for believing in the power of love and our passion project Love Letters for My Children. Here is to lots of exciting progress and updates to come in 2018!

Happy New Year!


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      Marta Klachko Longo on

      Wow, I've already got tears in my eyes. Wonderful and powerful clip. Can't wait to see the film! Happy New Year, and all the best in filming, production, and getting the word out in 2018.

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      Rebecca Self on

      You all must be so proud of Anjali's writing. It's beautiful! Way to go, Anjali! The editing is really gorgeous, too, Jeremy. I know you must hear this all the time, but really gorgeous, unique work. 'Look forward to supporting you in any way I can & also to seeing more short films. Great stuff! So happy you found each other.