Course: How to make a nonprofit intro video
2-minute video about the course
This 2-minute video gives an overview of the course.
What is this? A do-it-yourself course to help you make a clear, simple introduction video for your nonprofit.
Who is it for? Small nonprofits who want a cheap, cheerful video to clarify what they do and add a human touch. Is this right for you? Read more here.
What to expect: You will access PDF instructions, templates, and videos that teach you to write, speak, record, and post the video. Completing the course and making a video could take you 1 or 2 days if you are dedicated. But, for most people it will take a couple weeks or more. It's up to you. For more answers and requirements, click here.
Next step: When you are ready, scroll down and click "Buy". You will be shown a secure payment page. After paying, you'll be shown download instructions for your course.
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How to make
A do-it-yourself guide specifically for small nonprofits to write, speak, record, post, and measure.
1. Guiding principles
2. Make your own intro video (steps)
3. Script template
4. How to record and edit
5. Tips for posting and measuring
"David was fantastic! Professional, kind, talented, patient, detail-oriented, gracious, and great equipment."
—Michelle Holliday, Consultant/Author/Researcher, The Age Of Thrivability
"You did a tremendous job capturing the experience. I can't tell you how much I love it. I'm tearing up. Thank you so much for honouring our story."
—Daniel Rotman, Executive Director, The Depot Community Food Centre
"Really appreciated your interest in learning all the nuances of how FoodShare speaks about issues."
—Sufian Malik, Communications Senior Coordinator, FoodShare Toronto
ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS
Who it’s for
Small nonprofits between 1-50 staff, with little to no time nor budget
Enthusiastic that videos could add clarity and a human warmth to their digital communication
Little to no experience with filming
Little to no experience posting videos online
Familiar with using social media
Understands that this is not for going "viral"
You will need
Smartphone, webcam, or digital camera that can record video and audio, and play it back
Smartphone, computer, or tablet that can:
connect to fast internet (if YouTube or Zoom works well, then that’s a good sign)
download and view the PDFs and videos in this training
Desire to film yourself or a teammate
The training focuses on writing, speaking, recording, and posting.
This is not an editing course or for making ads, movies, or documentaries.
The method is specifically designed to help you avoid using too much technology
This training is in English only.
If you don't like it, you can get a refund within 14 days.