City of Neighbors Give Once For All 1950
Portrays the United Foundation as “the businesslike method” of giving and notes that it offers “freedom from constant appeals”.
Aerial shots of Detroit downtown and factories; crowds; boy scouts; an aged woman; people pestering other people for money; kids skipping rope in an idyllic suburb; women in a massive typing pool; disabled G.I. casualties watch a movie in a hospital; suburbs being built; a kid with IV tubes sticking out of him; polio kids walking; blind man; newsboys shout on street corners.
“Chapter 1950” This film encourages it’s viewers not to give to private organizations soliciting on the streets of Detroit. Instead they are encouraged to give in the professional way, once, a certain percentage of one’s paycheck to The United Foundation for charity organizations with the motto, “Give once for all. United We Won . . . . let’s Do It Again!”
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|Movie Type:||Public Domain Documentaries|