Everything you know about change… is about to change.
In a world where change is the only constant, our understanding of it is about to undergo a seismic shift. Enter “UnCharitable,” a documentary that challenges the very foundations of the nonprofit sector and the way we perceive change within it.
Why This Documentary Matters
For years, the nonprofit world has been bound by traditional beliefs and practices that have, in many ways, limited its potential. From misconceptions about overhead costs to biases against paid promotions, these age-old prejudices have often stifled the growth and impact of charitable organizations. But what if we’ve been looking at it all wrong?
“UnCharitable,” directed by the renowned Stephen Gyllenhaal and inspired by Dan Pallotta‘s influential book and TED Talk, dives deep into these issues. The film brings to light the untapped potential of nonprofits when freed from these constraints. It advocates for a paradigm shift, a new way of thinking that empowers organizations to achieve their missions more effectively.
Cause Inspired’s Role in the Movement
At Cause Inspired, we’ve always believed in the power of change and the importance of continuously evolving to create a more significant impact. Our direct collaboration with the creators of “UnCharitable” is a testament to this commitment. We’re not just promoting a film; we’re championing a movement.
Engage with the Documentary
- Watch the Trailer: Check out the trailer launched this week here and share its powerful message with your network!
- Share Your Journey: How has “UnCharitable” resonated with your organization’s experiences? Use our Social Toolkit to amplify your story and be part of the larger conversation.
- Experience the Premiere Firsthand: Through our exclusive partnership, discover screening locations, join insightful conferences, or even sponsor a theater buyout for a unique viewing experience.
The Future of Nonprofits
As the premiere draws near, we invite you to join this transformative journey. Watch the trailer, engage in discussions, and most importantly, unthink everything you know about change. The future of the nonprofit sector is on the horizon, and it promises to be brighter than ever.