STREAMING · MESSAGING · COMMERCIALS · DOCUMENTARIES · FUNDRAISING
When a pandemic cancels your non-profit's biggest fundraiser, what do you do? You go virtual! Before their scheduled in-person 10 year celebration, we worked with JIFLA to create videos telling their story, explaining their mission, and introducing viewers to the people who benefit from JIFLA's services. When the fundraiser went virtual, we partnered with them to incorporate the pre-recorded stories into their live event stream. Their success was measured in the live feed as the donations ticker rolled over their goal!
Better Together is an inter-generational program between Atlanta Jewish Academy's high school students and Berman Commons Assisted Living Community's residents. Students and residents organize events, cooking classes, field trips, and other activities together in a mission to help the generations learn from one another and understand their unique perspectives and experiences.
When Budget Birmingham got on board as a sponsor of the Birmingham Barons baseball team, they knew they needed to capitalize on the exposure they'd receive at every home game. With a giant LED canvas to spread their message in the stadium, they had the perfect opportunity to promote not just their brand, but the unique factors that make Budget Birmingham a home run for both the home town crowd and visitors alike.
Emory University published Transforming Public Health Surveillance: Proactive Measures for Prevention, Detection, and Response, a collaborative text written by ten of the world's most prominent and learned authorities on public health. Blue Orchid worked with Emory University Rollins School of Public Health to create a promotional video to raise awareness about the book and increase its exposure among public health professionals.
Impact stories and testimonials are powerful tools for non-profit fundraising. As JIFLA entered their tenth year and launched their fundraising campaign, they asked us to share messages from borrowers, guarantors, and donors to show why they say, "Thanks to JIFLA."
JScreen's mission is to increase knowledge of and access to testing for Jewish genetic diseases. Their efforts, including testimonial videos, have helped countless individuals and families understand their own risk factors, their carrier status, and their disease prevention options.
We've enjoyed working with TDSA on numerous projects over the years, so when administrators reached out to us for a video to showcase their school and the role it plays in the lives of their students and in their community, we were thrilled. We joined them for several school days - following teachers and students, capturing activities, and enjoying the energy of the school!