My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Angelight Films Incorporated, New York, NY, USA
We first heard of Stephanie and Angelight Films at Camp Sunshine, a camp for children with life threatening illnesses and their families. When Colin was first diagnosed with a brain tumor I wanted a window into the future. I wanted to know what life would be or could be like in 2,3 ,4 years into the future. I wanted hope. I knew that Colin could give others that hope that I so desperately wanted to see. Stephanie put that hope on film. Colin is bright , beautiful, and joyful and he has a story to tell. From the minute that Colin and Stephanie met it was as if their soles had known one another all along. She guided him through the creative process of writing a story, creating a script, picking costumes and performing. The result was magical. Stephanie and her dedicated crew captured Colin in all of his essence and innocence. Together they created a gift. A gift of hope and healing through the art of film.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Making this film helped Colin express himself in many ways. He was able to talk about his time in the hospital and what it was like to have a brain tumor. It empowered him by allowing him to be free with his thoughts and ideas and feelings.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
There is nothing that I would do to change this organization. The gift that they give to theses children and their families is truly priceless and they do it all with a deep love in their hearts. You can see and feel the love in the films.