We offer Fiscal Sponsorships for film, television, theatre and other projects which are in alignment with our mission. Being fiscally sponsored by a nonprofit means that your project gets to benefit from the 501(c)(3) status that we have, making your donors’ (monetary and in kind i.e. camera equipment, locations, food) gifts tax-deductible. A small percentage is charged in order to cover our administrative costs to oversee the fiscal sponsorship and budgetary documentation must be provided for our records. Email us to learn more or get started with the application process.
We offer Trauma Consulting for arts professionals. If you are writing or developing a play, television show or film and want to make sure that you depict issues of mental illness, abuse, addiction and related topics in an accurate and trauma-informed way, please consider having our trauma-focused Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor consult on your project. Email us for details.
We offer educational and inspirational Talk Backs after theatrical productions and film/TV screenings dealing with abuse and trauma and can provide mental health professionals for these events as well. If you are interested in booking us for a talk back, please email us so we can learn more about the needs for your project. Learn more about our Talk Backs.
Link Your Project To Our Resources
Want to add Healing TREE’s logo and website to the end of your film, television show, PSA, or theatre program, pointing your audience to our resources? Please email us.
Featured Film/ TV/ Theatre Partners
Healing TREE is partners with, and will be hosting a screening in the future for, the feature film Mass which is premiering at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Mass follows two sets of parents who meet years after a tragedy changed their lives. Mass was written and directed by Fran Kranz (The Cabin In The Woods) and stars award-winning actors Jason Isaacs (the Harry Potter film series, The Patriot), Reed Birney (Tony-winning actor of The Humans, House of Cards), Martha Plimpton (Emmy and Tony nominee, Raising Hope, Running on Empty) and Ann Dowd (Emmy winner, The Handmaid’s Tale, The Manchurian Candidate, Garden State). Mass was co-produced by Healing TREE Founder and CEO Marissa Ghavami.
Variety: “Sundance Favorite ‘Mass’ Sets Fall Release, Ensemble Cast Goes Supporting for Oscars (EXCLUSIVE)
“The Sundance Film Festival hit will be released exclusively in theaters on Oct. 8, 2021, Variety has learned exclusively. In addition, all four actors will be campaigned in the supporting actor and supporting actress categories for the Oscars.”