GIVE GET GO
COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECT
With apologies to Emma Lazarus, 1883
"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
We are proud to offer a unique and exciting Social Outreach programme associated with the new G-G-G Public entertainment opportunity where you can be a filmmaker for a day. We are proud to be in partnership with GIVE-GET-GO’s commercial venture who are supporting our aims with their donation of a portion of the profits they generate and their film industry knowledge, connections and educational know how.
In keeping with the founding themes, aims, and objectives of GGG, it has a special responsibility to further its social footprint in every possible way. GIVE-GET-GO Community Outreach Project, IS a constituted community group, and works in tandem with the film offering a programme of educational workshops, work experience and personal development opportunities for young, disadvantaged and vulnerable people in the UK from hub spaces that contain the learning space, the film’s offices, and the main set build of the film. The film production is separately financed.
The GIVE-GET-GO Community Outreach Project has its own modest funding requirements to operate alongside the GIVE-GET-GO commercial operations and in tandem with it. This is fully budgeted and scheduled and we look forward to sharing this and full background information with you when your organisation signals its interest in participation. We look forward to working with you on this dynamic, high profile and rewarding programme.
"Creativity is the process of having original ideas that have value"
-Sir Ken Robinson
The other unique aspect of Give-get-Go is its approach to production of the projects with which it’s involved.
Give-Get-Go intends to raise the development and marketing finance for full-length films, books and plays. Not the production costs. This will facilitate production deals with major broadcasters, theatrical organisations and publishers that are always looking for these aspects of their financial exposure to be partly or totally covered by partners.
It makes Give-Get-Go a partner, a supplier rather than a supplicant.
There will be large-scale interest and PR exposure for this distinct and attractive concept facilitating very rapid growth.
The management is confident that it will be a good partner for the financial sector, grants and other social funds. Give-Get-Go sets trends that others will follow.