The power of video is essential in conveying the essence of our history, our hope and our mission in the community. Susan Sherman captured the heartbeat of the church, and our continued advocacy as a place of faith, praise, shelter and justice. I am thrilled about this video and I love sharing it.
TUSTIN, Calif. (PRWEB) July 14, 2020
Community-based organizations are more important than ever in meeting critical needs, yet many grass roots organizations are overwhelmed by the demand for their services. They need help in creating the awareness that inspires action.
“We are passionate about helping grass roots organizations grow their donor and volunteer base, by developing compelling videos and media campaigns that help them achieve their goals,” states Susan Sherman, CEO, SVC International. “Social good is driven by visionaries who are the voice of change in our world. They need the resources to continue their work.”
“The power of video is essential in conveying the essence of our history, our hope and our mission in the community,” says New Hope Presbyterian Church Pastor Chineta Goodjoin. “I am thankful for SVC and their professional work. Susan Sherman captured the heartbeat of the church, and our continued advocacy as a place of faith, praise, shelter and justice. I am thrilled about this video and I love sharing it far and wide.”
SVC International produces award-winning multi-media programs for non-profit and for-profit organizations, to amplify their voices and reach targeted audiences with high-impact communications. Recent projects include videos for Off the Streets Huntington Beach, Tumaini International in Kenya and New Hope Presbyterian Church in Orange County, California.
About SVC International:
For over three decades, SVC International has been a pioneer in the production of analog and digital documentary and educational programs for domestic and global audiences. Our clients include for-profit and non-profit organizations and professional associations. For more information, contact Annemarie Osborne, 949.237.2906, firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Sherman at 714.336.5318, email@example.com or visit http://www.svcinternational.net.