3 platforms for your nonprofit's visual content

By Jenny Lei Ravelo 29 March 2016

Which video production platforms can nonprofit organizations use for their visual content needs? Photo by: TEDxYouth@SanDiego / CC BY-NC-ND

One of the most important rules in fundraising is to thank your donors.

It’s not only a polite gesture, but it could also inspire those who’ve given to donate a second time. Most nonprofits offer thanks by email, while others send photos or cards by mail with news of the individuals or communities benefitting from the donation.

And there are those who create “thank you” videos for their donors to watch on YouTube:

via YouTube
via YouTube

Most nonprofits think they need a professional to shoot and edit their video, but this route can be costly. A basic video package costs a minimum of $10,000 at See3 Communications, CEO Michael Hoffman told Devex.

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Jenny Lei Ravelo@JennyLeiRavelo

Jenny Lei Ravelo is a Devex senior reporter based in Manila. Since 2011, she has covered a wide range of development and humanitarian aid issues, from leadership and policy changes at DfID to the logistical and security impediments faced by international and local aid responders in disaster-prone and conflict-affected countries in Africa and Asia. Her interests include global health and the analysis of aid challenges and trends in sub-Saharan Africa.


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