McAuley House



Providence, rhode island, 2014

Relationship-building is everything for us. So when we received an email from McAuley House, Providence's largest wellness source for the hungry and homeless, we decided to spend a day volunteering at the kitchen. When we returned the next day with cameras, we were working on the foundation of the relationships we had already built. It's important for us to meet people without cameras first, because as documentary filmmakers, we want to try to reduce the amount of influence our equipment has on the story as much as possible. 

The Healing Foods Project is amazing, and kind of a no-brainer. It's actually less expensive for food pantries to serve healthy food, not surprisingly. This story is about overcoming societal habits more than economic barriers. To be a part of the change - take action and learn how you can serve the healing foods diet to those in your neighborhood in need.