REMEMBRANCE CREDIT - Honour someone who lost their life waiting for an organ donor or who gave organs on their death. Their photo will be added to a special ‘In Remembrance' board at the end of the film and at aloveworthgiving.com. (all pledged amounts qualify, please go to aloveworthgiving.com/remember and upload a photo by midnight on 23rd April 2015)
EXCLUSIVE SOUNDTRACK & PRINTED CANVAS BAG - As well as all rewards above you will receive a limited edition download of the Soundtrack as featured in the film, by award-winning composer Vincent Watts. We will also send you a printed canvas bag featuring the A Love Worth Giving artwork.
EXCLUSIVE SCREENING – Join Dr Luke Yates & Director James Newton for a private screening of 'A Love Worth Giving' with drinks reception at the Wellcome Collection in Central London. This screening will be followed by a Q&A and a talk from leading transplant surgeon Zeeshan Akhtar.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT - Receive one of 100 limited edition, signed A3 Giclee prints of Luke's painting, which now hangs at the Royal Brompton Hospital where Sam received all her medical care and passed away. For your generosity at this level, your name will also be included in the film's end credits and you will receive an HD Download of the finished film.
EXCLUSIVE ART COMMISSION - Since Sam passed away, Luke has focused his energy on painting oil on canvas landscapes. For your incredible support at this level, as well as the above rewards, Luke will create a commissioned piece of artwork, exclusively for you. To see more of Luke's incredible work, please visit: aloveworthgiving.com/lukes-art
(limited to 20"x22" oil on canvas)
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER CREDIT PLUS SCREENING WITH Q&A - In recognition of your incredible generosity, you would receive a Contributing Executive Producer credit and become an invaluable part of the team, ensuring this film is completed and seen by a wide audience. As well as a copy of the film and a print of Luke's painting, the director James W. Newton and Luke Yates will make a special appearance at a screening in your community, taking a Q&A from the audience and discussing the issues raised by the film (UK Screenings only)