Recent successes.

 

New York Sled Rangers

Video Production • Fundraising Assets • Social Content

A great friend of ours has a son who was born with a physical disability. Feeling frustrated that his son, among other things, wouldn't get to experience the all the positive, confidence-building aspects of team sports, Bill and a colleague started the first NYC league of the Wheelchair Sled Hockey Federation.

When we began working on the video for their bi-annual benefit, I was concerned about the gravity of the subject. But the far greater feeling that rose to the surface was excitement and enthusiasm for how empowering the team is for these kids, how it levels the playing field, how it brings families closer together, and how important it is that organizations like this exist.

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Latin American Youth Center

Fundraising Assets • Visual Storytelling • Social Content

We recently had the pleasure of spending some time at the Latin American Youth Center - an organization in Washington, DC that seeks to empower a diverse population of kids and teens so that they can achieve a successful transition to adulthood. From tutoring and mentoring to boxing and simply having a safe, positive space, these photographs show both the dedication of the staff and how meaningful it is to the kids they serve.

His day ends when he delivers the last child back to their home and ensures that they're safely inside.

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Nepal Adoptive Families Association

Video Production • Fundraising Assets • Social Content

The video we created and produced for NAFA - to highlight the work they do with malnourished, unparented children in Nepalese orphanages - is a classic example of doing a lot with a little. We couldn't fly to Nepal to film, so we did the next best thing. We filmed Skype interviews, used existing assets as best as we could, and requested that the nurses on the ground in Nepal gather some footage for us. The lack of "slickness" works to help spread the message of the direness of the situation for these children.

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New Yorkers Against Gun Violence

Video Production • Fundraising Assets • Visual Storytelling

The issue of gun violence prevention and common sense gun reform is one that it is near and dear to our hearts. With over 32,000 gun deaths a year in America - the overwhelming majority of which are either suicide-related or unintentional/preventable - we share the view held by many organizations that keeping guns out of the hands of irresponsible or dangerous people, or those troubled by mental illness, can co-exist with respect for the Second Amendment.

New Yorkers Against Gun Violence is one such organization - and we're proud to work with them on a number of initiatives, including the video for their most recent benefit.

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American Diabetes Association

Print Creative • Donor Acquisitions • Print Assets

Diabetes Forecast is the premier consumer magazine for people living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. With accurate, timely, positive, and comprehensive coverage of food, fitness, weight loss, medications, research, and well-being - as well as real-life stories of people managing all aspects of their lives - Diabetes Forecast provides hope and inspiration to an individual or the entire family.

The bright, uplifting direct mail package we developed - along with assorted digital assets - provides positive, benefit-driven value while leveraging direct marketing tactics proven over time to be attention-getting and effective.

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St. Anna's Episcopal Church

Photography • Web Assets • Newsletter Content

In a part of New Orleans where the residents have a life expectancy 20 years lower than the neighborhoods that surround it, St. Anna's exists both as a house of worship and as a place where children can realize their potential and one where families are nurtured. This mission is illustrated through the work of Deacon Dunham - who, rain or shine, goes out into the community to bring kids in for a healthy snack, homework help, playtime, and - most importantly - a positive environment.

His day ends when he delivers the last child back to their home and ensures that they're safely inside.

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