Charity Video Production

Our video production service will ensure that your charity’s message receives the attention that it deserves

Charity video production is a great way of explaining your campaign in an engaging way for your audience. We can help you all the way from concept development through to marketing and distributing your video.

We offer a highly creative and cost-effective solution for you to target a mass audience of potential donors.

We will work around your budget to find the best solution for your needs.

In the past, we have worked closely with a range of charities to meet their video production needs. Among the charities that we have had the privilege of working with include The Prince’s TrustContact the Elderly and CALM.

A high-quality video is one of the best ways to meet a range of objectives for your charity. Video can be used at every stage in your marketing funnel, helping to raise awareness about your charity or a specific campaign, as well as making information more accessible to audiences.

A Brand Video for Mental Health Research Charity MQ

Our clients

Bold Content Video have experience creating videos for a wide range of charities. We’ve had the privilege of working with leading organisations such as The Prince’s Trust and innovative charities such as CALM.

They were able to help us communicate a number of complicated concepts, ideas and statistics in a short period of time.

Policy Manager, Action for Children

A results-driven approach to all our charity videos, from animations through to fundraising films.

We will work with you to understand your goals and who you want the video to reach. Our team will carry out detailed research and work with you to identify the best way of presenting your charity video that will appeal to your audience.

 

Our charity video production services are surprisingly cost-effective and so you shouldn’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your budget.

A charity explainer film we created for Contact the Elderly:

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