Storm Surge is a social impact media project featuring a three-part documentary film series, a social media engagement campaign, a public speaking tour, and educational curricula designed to inform, inspire, and motivate high school aged youth in all 50-states to take immediate action to help their respective communities prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural and technological disasters.
Storm Surge peers into the everyday lives of shrimp fishermen and school teachers, musicians, mayors and single mothers, emergency management officials and community activists as they overcome tragedy, while moving forward with life and building toward a just, sustainable, and fair future.
Documentary films are increasingly being recognized as a critical channel for communicating social issues and inspiring social change.
Storm Surge is a social impact media project of the Moontown Foundation, an award-winning non-profit organization that offers experiential education and leadership development opportunities in entrepreneurship, sustainability, and social impact entertainment for teens and young adults. Moontown provides the next generation of leaders with a real-world, hands-on platform to cultivate the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to develop creative solutions to the most pressing environmental, social and economic challenges of our time.