Since 2014, Greenwich International Film Festival has developed into a world-class film festival that donates proceeds to charity partners, supports gifted artists, and showcases social impact films that have inspired positive change in our community and beyond. As a local, nonprofit organization, we know that our accomplishments are a direct result of your belief in our mission: to harness the power of film to serve the greater good by highlighting issues that relate to basic human rights, education, the environment, and health care.
$50 – Contributes to complimentary festival tickets for charity and community partners
$100 – Contributes to the GIFF film competition/Call for Entry
$250 – Contributes to travel accommodations for filmmakers participating in festival events
$500 – Contributes to a networking event during the festival
$1,000 – Contributes to a free community screening
Hosted over 200 events including film premieres, panel discussions, networking events and star-studded parties.
Highlighted important issues facing the world today, including: Human rights, education reform, cyber bullying, health care, ALS, mental health, Autism, the refugee crisis, wildlife conservation, gun control, racial injustice, prison reform, environmental issues, forced migration, women’s rights
Raised over $350,000 for charity partners, such as: U.S. Fund for UNICEF, Sims Foundation for Mental Health, ALS Association, ALS Finding a Cure, Every Mother Counts, Rainforest Fund, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Family Centers, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, Girl, Rising, Breast Cancer Alliance and more
Offered a variety of free programs for the community