Circle in the Field Media creates virtual support groups via video for people going through crises.

Our latest project, Circle in the Field: Hospice, will share stories of the lived experience of handling a terminal diagnosis, focusing on what hospice services and care can do to allow the final days of a life to be peaceful and comfortable for a dying person, and for family and friends.

Circle in the Field: Hospice will:
- Weave together interviews with families who have faced or are facing the death of a loved one.
- Create a many-voiced story about what those final days can be like.
- Address myths and fears about what hospice means.
- Increase hospice utilization, which is shockingly low here in our state, and across the country.

Our track record:
Circle in the Field was founded in response to a request by a breast cancer support group founded and led by survivors, who wanted to share their stories with newly diagnosed breast cancer patients and their families and friends. A video team came together around this project, and two videos resulted: Voices of Hope, and Voices of Hope: Family and Friends, which have reached more than 10,000 new patients to date, via a network of physicians and cancer care centers, and especially via word of mouth.

How to help:
We have raised half the budget to create the piece and sustain its wide distribution. We are seeking funds from individual donors as well as foundations and corporations.

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