When video is crafted with thought and care it has
the ability to help organizations achieve their missions.
We create these tools and we live for
results just like these:
What began as a fundraising video, Go Jackson Doll,
was quickly picked up by national radio and print publications making it part of the national conversation on Autism. It is now being used by hospitals and universities across the country as an educational tool.
The short film, Different but the Same, was so successful in helping to generate funding dollars that a new fund had to be created to handle the influx in support. The film’s success encouraged the program founder to rename his entire organization in the film’s honor.
Children’s Mentoring Connection had a 125% increase in new mentor inquiries and a 400% increase in new mentor matches after launching
their short video series, Mentor Stories.
Instead of Your Name debuted at a community premiere event and the sudden outpouring of support spurned the creation of a new fund. The fund has since become the single largest source of new donors for the Findlay-Hancock Community Foundation.
When agents of social change and storytellers combine skills, there is
a profound effect. It’s where filmmaking meets fundraising.
Interested in creating a beautiful, effective tool for your organization?