Living on One launches video series

Living on One’s “Change Series” launched its first two mini episodes on Sept. 3. This is an eight-part series following the experiences of Chris Temple ’12, Zach Ingrasci ’12, Sean Leonard and Ryan Christofferson, who lived on a mere $1 a day for eight weeks in rural Guatemala. Each episode focuses on a specific and pressing development topic faced by the young men (and their community), including access to clean water, nutrition, education, employment, finance and disasters. Each segment is paired with additional resources to help viewers take action. A new episode will be released every two weeks throughout the fall.

Living on One is a production and social impact studio founded by CMC alumni that creates films and educational videos to raise awareness and inspire action around extreme poverty.


See the cover story on Living on One in the Winter 2013 issue of CMC magazine