Garbage trucks, right and behind, empty their load as bulldozers process the waste at the Central Landfill, in Johnston, R.I., Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011. Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena sued the state's main landfill Wednesday over noxious odors that have plagued residents for several weeks. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW)__A powerful documentary had mountains of people filling seats at the Topeka Performing Arts Center Sunday evening.
Trash Mountain Project featured their documentary titled "STAY"
which tells the eye opening story of a trash dump community in the Philippines and the families who are forced to pick through the trash dumps looking for anything to recycle for money.
View Trailer Here: http://stay.trashmountain.com/
It also shows what led them to serve in the Philippines. Brett Durbin, Executive Director and Founder of The Trash Mountain Project told us that their goal is to be able to provide a hand-up to the trash dump community in hopes they can build businesses and provide education.
Trash Mountain Project is a non-profit that helps provide Christ-centered environments for those living in trash dump communities around the world.