Exploris School Capital Campaign
Non-profit Doesn’t Have to Mean Non-quality
Blueforest Studios really enjoys working with non-profit organizations. We’ve made lots of videos for different groups, including CASA, The Center for Volunteer Caregiving, The Center for Death Penalty Litigation, and the above video for Exploris. In all of these cases (and with most non-profits), budgets are tight. They often don’t have a lot of funding, and they often have a passion for increasing the impact of the service they provide. So, marketing budgets often suffer.
But small budget doesn’t have to mean low-quality. We love a good challenge to find a great way to tell a story but to stay in a budget. But we also know that sometimes, the video budget for a non-profit is $0. And for those groups, we have Blueforest Gives Back. It’s an opportunity for Blueforest Studios to use our video production skills to reach out to the non-profit community in Raleigh, North Carolina (really anywhere in the state!) and give away a video worth up to $10,000! If that sounds like something you and your organization are interested in, watch this video to find out more and submit your story!
Here’s some more information about the Exploris video at the top of the page:
Blueforest Studios was very pleased to produce this heartwarming video about the local Exploris School in Raleigh. This video was used for their capital campaign in order to raise money for a new facility. Learn more at www.exploris.org.
About Exploris: “At The Exploris School we are committed to global education. Since welcoming our first class in 1997 our school-wide instructional approach has been based on preparing our students for life in an interconnected world. We explore new ways for students to learn about the world and themselves. Together, Exploris teachers, students, and parents have created a dynamic learning environment that truly redefines the K-8 educational experience. Innovation and excellence are the standards we use to measure our success, and we have earned a reputation for both.” To learn more, visit ABOUT EXPLORIS.