JCC Chicago to debut new 'Growing Hope' documentary with message of kindness and unity

Documentary narrated by Chicago Fire, Sex and the City actor David Eigenberg

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Saturday, April 6, 2024
JCC Chicago to debut new Growing Hope documentary with message of kindness and unity
JCC Chicago President along with actor David Eigenberg discuss new Growing Hope documentary that debuts at Chicago History Museum on April 14.

CHICAGO (WLS) -- In 2023, the Chicago Jewish Community Center (JCC Chicago) hosted the largest and most expansive Violins of Hope initiative since the project's inception in 2006.

Over a period of six months, 200,000 community members got involved through in-person exhibits, performances and programs.

What was a big idea all about kindness, unity and hope has launched a movement we call Growing Hope.

On Sunday, April 14, the Chicago History Museum will host the premiere screening of Growing Hope, a documentary that captures the story of Violins of Hope Chicago, and how JCC Chicago hopes to make our world a better, more hopeful place.

The documentary is narrated by Sex and the City and Chicago Fire actor David Eigenberg who was on ABC7 Saturday morning to discuss the film.