Having worked with a number of charities and not for profit organisations including Bone Cancer Research Trust, Born Free Foundation and St Gemma’s Hospice, our charity video production team works sympathetically in sensitive situations to produce powerful, engaging and emotive campaign videos that heighten awareness, gain support, raise funds and inspire the audience.
Whether the focus is a documentary-style charity film highlighting the nature of your charitable work and the people you’ve helped, or a short snappy insight with stronger calls to action to boost fundraising, we’ll map out the most effective storyboard for your needs.
We’ll listen to your challenges and the nature of the support services you provide. We’ll conduct interviews with maximum respect for confidentiality and the compassionate nature of the subject matter. And we’ll help you source and select actors if reconstructions are more appropriate.
We know that the details matter too, so we’ll also think carefully about the music choice, the need for a voice over and the way the video is edited to evoke a particular response from the viewer. We’ll even help you launch the charity video when production is complete, for maximum shareability via social media.
If you want to work with our Hertfordshire-based charity film production experts but are worried about the costs, don’t panic. We know financial resources are often tight so we quote very reasonably for the professional service we deliver to all our clients.
Moreover, on video production for charities, we always offer a discount.
The rationale for non profit sector videos is clear. According to a study conducted by the Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts, 97% of charities use video to communicate with their supporters. That’s perhaps because Forrester research found that video is 600% more effective than print and direct mail combined, and 1200% more likely to be shared than links and text!
Why not watch some of our charity video production work, or explore the services we can provide to charities and third sector organisations?