About the Film
What if charity could be transformed from a gesture to an answer — to solving the world’s greatest problems? What if everything we’ve been taught about charitable giving is wrong? What if it’s undermining the very causes, we love the most? “Uncharitable” shows how our charitable traditions and antiquated perceptions ranging from how charities should operate to compensation for non-profit employees have suffocated the charitable sector and prevented it from leading the charge to truly change the world.
Based on the book, “Uncharitable,” by Dan Pallotta, which became one of the most talked-about TED talks of all time—changing everything from charity watchdog standards to the giving practices of America’s biggest foundations.
Post-film discussion with Joel Zarrow, Park City Community Foundation, Donna McAleer, Bicycle Collective, and Allison Boxer, Sorenson Impact Center. Anne Brown, CEO of the Cook Center for Human Connection, will moderate. Wine and beer available for purchase.
Closed Captions are available for the film and ASL interpretation will be provided for the post-film discussions upon request. Please contact email@example.com by November 27th with ADA accommodation requests.
Presented in partnership with Bicycle Collective as part of the Reel Community Series.
Located at 325 West 900 South in Salt Lake City, Bicycle Collective’s newly opened Hub and headquarters will allow them to: increase their impact throughout Utah, accept more donated bikes to refurbish, give more bikes to people in need, keep more unwanted bikes out of landfills by recycling materials properly and revamp community education. Plus it is a pretty awesome community bike shop. More info
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