U.S.-Baltic Foundation

Title: The Singing Revolution

Singing Revolution

The U.S.-Baltic Foundation proudly supports the documentary film "The Singing Revolution” by Mountain View Productions, Ltd.  The compelling 90-minute film documents Estonia’s drive to independence through non-violent actions.  The demonstrations, speeches, parliamentary action and -- above all -- the voice of the Estonian people in song ultimately contributed to the fall of the Soviet Union.  “The Singing Revolution” is an inspirational film to generate awareness and educate American and international audiences about the people and events that formed this historic revolution.

USBF has established a special account to accept contributions for the film "The Singing Revolution.”  Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. 

To contribute, send your check -- payable to The U.S.-Baltic Foundation, with a memo “The Singing Revolution” – to:

The U.S.-Baltic Foundation
1701 K Street NW, Suite 903
Washington, DC 20006

USBF also accepts credit cards payments through JustGive.org; and donors may enjoy expanded tax deduction benefits by donating gifts of securities, please call or email Trevor Dane at 202-785-5056 or [email protected] for more information and instructions.

Press Releases

USBF sponsors Washington DC premiere of The Singing Revolution at E Street Theater

Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves attends USBF sponsored Capitol Hill premiere of The Singing Revolution


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