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The power of a well told story is not to be underestimated or overlooked and they can be powerful tools for finding and connecting with your audience. Whether you’re looking to mobilise a group of people, to find new funding sources or donations or looking to demonstrate the impact of a community project, non-profit videos and films are a powerful way of doing so. We’ve worked with non-profit organisations across a wide range of sectors to tell stories of positive change and social impact. We’ve helped with funding bids for hospitals, documented important culture projects for at risk young people and demonstrated the importance of preserving art and culture. Non-profit organisations do good work, but often struggle to tell their own stories and this is where we can help.
Film and video is a diverse way of telling stories, here are just some of the sectors where non-profit videos can be used:
✓ Arts and culture
✓ Museums and external learning
✓ Schools, colleges and universities
✓ Hospitals, hospices and care facilities
✓ Outreach programmes
✓ Human and animal welfare
✓ Human rights and social justice
✓ Environmental protection and conservation
✓ Research organisations
Some popular types of non-profit videos
Campaigns are a vital tool for non-profit organisations for reaching out and finding new audiences. Making sure that your campaign is impactful and engaging is key to success and utilising a visual medium like video can be the missing piece of the puzzle. A video can be your opportunity to show your audience the good work you do rather than just tell them.
Spreading broad messages is an effective way of building audiences but sometimes it can be equally important to highlight specific case studies. Whether it’s a success story or highlighting a person or project that needs desperate attention, a film or video can be a particularly effective way of delivering it to your audience. It can be that extra step to help form an emotional connection and encourage action.
Drawing attention to key issues and projects is vitally important but it often means that organisations don’t tell their own story. Allow people to meet your team, view the work you do and gain a deeper understanding of who you are as an organisation. Film and video can be an effective part of an overarching narrative and can connect the dots for potential supporters and audience members.
How we can help
Concept and ideas
Filming and project execution
Editing and constructing stories