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A Special National Tour Mighty Ground Movie Screening & Musical Performances Oct 20 2017


Mighty Ground is a new documentary that follows the journey of a gifted singer-songwriter Ronald Troy Collins, a homeless man living on the streets of Skid Row in LA, and the impact he makes on those who come to love him.  It provides a living example of redemption and what it means to transform oneself from rock bottom.  

 
The producer of the film is Intrinsic Value Films, led by Aimee Schoof who has produced over 30 feature films (Experimenter, Blue Caprice) and director Delila Vallot (Can You Dig This).  The film puts an honest and very human face on homelessness in this country.  So it is a natural fit for HomeAid to partner with them as the film is debuted in markets around the country over the next few months.  
 

HomeAid will hold chapter events to feature the film accompanied by performances by Ronald Troy Collins and his band at several locations around the country.  At press time, the chapter events on the tour include:

Los Angeles, October 12

San Diego, October 26

LA (Playa Vista), November 3

Colorado (Denver), January 12

Northern California (SF Bay Area), TBD

Hawaii, TBD

Northern Virginia, TBD

Atlanta, TBD

Orange County CA, TBD

 

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