“Where Is Our Place?” is a 35-minute documentary depicting the day-to-day lives of Christians in Iraq.
Iraqi Christian IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) face high unemployment, inadequate housing, schooling, and medical care, food rationing, and discrimination. Without help, these ancient Christian communities, some founded shortly after the life of Christ, were in danger of simply disappearing forever. The situation continues to deteriorate, but there is much we can do to help.
Stand With Iraqi Christians offers the opportunity for schools, religious institutions, and other organizations to host a film screening of “Where Is Our Place?” as a fundraiser to provide financial support to Iraqi Christians in need, and to provide education about their plight. Sharing the story of what has happened to Iraqi Christians is a powerful way to raise awareness, awaken consciences, and motivate loving action so we can be a force for healing and support amid the devastation.
Organizations can purchase a Media Kit, which includes a DVD or free download of the film “Where Is Our Place?” as well as promotional materials (posters, flyers, etc.) and 5 Stand With Iraqi Christians wristbands.
What we expect from you:
- That you use the promotional and informational material we supply as intended so SWIC’s message and mission remain consistent.
- That all financial proceeds from the sale of tickets, goodwill offerings, or other fundraising proceeds be sent to SWIC in order to further our mission to those we serve. If you wish, you may deduct the cost of this press kit from your donation totals ($17.99 for the kit with digital media/$24.99 for the kit with physical DVD and hard copies of promotional materials).
Thank you for your interest and willingness to act on behalf of our sisters and brothers in Iraq! We are glad to answer any questions, provide any resources, or aid your efforts in any way we can. Please feel free to contact us at StandWithIraqiChristians@gmail.com at any time, and we look forward to hearing all about your event!