We all know asking for money can be hard. Some organizations are using video as a tool to inspire people and remind them why they’re giving. This video we created for School of the Holy Child’s annual auction inspires viewers to be bold, be innovative, be all in – and invest in what’s next.
And it was effective!
“We’ve seen exceptional engagement on YouTube and it was an incredible kickoff for the benefit and upcoming efforts around innovation. Your team has a special gift and we are grateful that we were able to partner with you.”
Nonprofits don’t always get the recognition they deserve. As a sector, they provide vital services that make our communities great places to live. This video is designed to help elevate the level of discussion about nonprofits and their role in the state. Leaders from business, government and nonprofits share their thoughts about the importance of nonprofits.
We’re big believers in the value of nonprofits and were very happy to work with the NH Center for Nonprofits to create this video.
With New England’s job market heating up, HR departments are using video to stand out and attract top talent. Easterseals NH serves almost 27,000 children, adults and seniors by offering over 90 programs – that’s a lot of recruiting! By showing their favorable work culture and opportunities for growth, they’re already developing a relationship with future employees.
First of two commercial spots for Bank of New Hampshire. The spots show and tell the many ways the bank supports their customers and their community through all aspects of life. We shot on location at various locations throughout NH including several nonprofits.
The NH Chapter of the Nature Conservancy is doing great work. Video is a great way to help them tell their story and share their vision for the state. The project took us across the Granite State – from floodplain, to cedar swamp, salt marsh, mountaintop, and ocean – we saw (and shot) it all!
New Hampshire is a beautiful state and it was important that we capture compelling images to show what’s at stake.