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Friends in Need Food Shelf Video Tour

Project Description

We LOVE solving “problems” with video. We met with the director of Friends in Need Food Shelf and they wanted to make it easier for new clients of their food shelf when they come in for the first time. They spend a lot of time giving orientations to new people so we came up with a plan for a video tour along with a client testimonial. Having a video that people could watch in advance would level-set expectations, reduce stress for the person in need and free-up time that staff normally spends providing these details so they can focus on serving people. The video ALSO will help provide useful information for churches, businesses, and groups who are looking to support the food shelf, they will see how it operates and get an idea on how their contributions would be utilized. As we have said before… video IS so powerful!

Project Details & Applications

Client: Friends in Need Food Shelf
Project Type: 4-5 minute Orientation Video
Cost Range: $2,600-$5,000
*All pricing is done per project and there are many variables that can impact price so the best thing to do is to tell us your budget parameters and request a custom bid.

Applications: As illustrated in the description above, this type of video is ideal to save staff time and money. The video can be used to provide recurring detailed information so the staff can spend time focused on other things. And when you have an organization dependant on donations video can help paint a picture of where the donor’s money will go.

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