Across the United States, Muslims have opened free clinics that increase access to care and exemplify the values of their faith. Unconditional Care is a short documentary that highlights this national movement through the story of one clinic and the community it serves.

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UPDATE (6/5/18)

Our first day of filming!

 L to R: Jake Lewis, Faisal Sayed, and Matt Colaciello filming on location at the MASS Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.

L to R: Jake Lewis, Faisal Sayed, and Matt Colaciello filming on location at the MASS Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.

 

UPDATE (5/10/18)

We're starting production of Unconditional Care on June 1st! Stay tuned for updates.

UPDATE (3/7/18)

Thanks to the support of donors from across the U.S. we've reach $35,000.

UPDATE (2/28/18)

We're over 50% funded at $25k thanks to the generosity of contributors near and far!

UPDATE (2/25/18)

Read co-director Matt Colaciello's blog entry on why he's making Unconditional Care.

update (2/13/18)

Thanks to the generous support of nearly 50 contributors, we've reached $20k which means our production is 40% funded!

UPDATE (2/9/18)

We've reached $10k which means we're 20% funded! Thank you to everyone who believes in the importance of telling the story of MASS and the Muslim-run free clinic movement across America.

UPDATE (1/26/18)

Baptist Health, and CEO Hugh Greene personally, are supporting Unconditional Care!

Update (1/15/18)

We've launched our fundraising campaign for Unconditional Care, a documentary film about a free clinic run by Muslims and the community it serves. Check back soon for more information. In the meantime, learn more about the project here.