A Winning Story: Be the Change Group Tells the Story of HIV, Love, and Loss

Our CEO, Brandy Svendson, proudly took home the Pacific Northwest Film Festival Judge’s Award (the Let It Cook Honorable Mention) for directing A Love Story at the 41st Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival.

One of thirty short videos featured in The 30 30 Campaign for AIDS Vancouver, this nine minute documentary short tells a love story from the early days of the AIDS epidemic and celebrates the power of love in times of loss. It is an emotional story, and one that we are proud to have told in the continuing effort to broaden both awareness and understanding of AIDS and people living with the disease.

Check it out the video here to see if you can make it through tear-free:

Or to learn more about the Pacific Northwest Film Festival visit:  http://www.nwfilm.org/festivals/nwfest/

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Happy birthday to us! Celebrating our 8th year anniversary (virtually of course)

Time sure flies when you’re having fun!

We are so happy to be celebrating Be the Change Group’s 8th anniversary with the team! It looks a little different this year because of COVID-19, so we are celebrating it together but physically apart.

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