Video Production Services
With over 100 nonprofit video production clients since 2004, we are experts in developing videos designed to transform the reach, impact, and perception of your nonprofit organization. The Open Media Foundation provides clients with video rivaling the quality of any commercial production house at a fraction of the cost.
We exist to ensure nonprofits have access to:
- Produce: High Definition videos that help you train, motivate, raise funds and increase awareness
- Leverage: DVD authoring and encoding for your website, YouTube, Facebook and local TV
- Expand: Reach new audiences and inspire them to better fulfill your mission
This video spotlights the work of Denver Human Services and the issue of Native American and Alaskan Native children in the foster system finding culturally fulfilling homes.
Craftworks is the parent company for local restaurants and breweries here in Colorado. Their HOPE program gives financial assistance to their employees in times of crisis - this video provides some first-hand accounts of how this program has helped them. Read more about their nonprofit work online at http://www.craftworksrestaurants.com/foundation.html.
A public service announcement giving young parents information on how they can get assistance. Shot, edited and produced in collaboration with Parent-UP, Denver Department of Human Services, and the Open Media Foundation.
A video that accompanied the first comprehensive exhibition of Xu Beihong's art in the United States at the Denver Art Museum.
A promo video for the Colorado United Irish Societies, featuring their annual Colorado Irish Festival.
Denver Kids, Inc. helps Denver Public Schools students, grades K-12, who face the personal challenges of higher risk environments to successfully complete high school, explore post-secondary options and become contributing members of the community.
By teaming up with Scholastic Book Clubs, Book Trust provides children in grades K-6 who are living in poverty or low-income households, the opportunity to choose and own books.
Every month, September through May, each child receives a $7 credit to purchase two or three books. That's 18-24 books a year! And that can be life-changing.
Michael Huemer discusses the irrationality of US Government at TEDx Mile High Salon 2012.
Native Entrepreneurs: Faces and Stories of Economic Development
Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery
Creating healthy Native American economies requires innovative and successful entrepreneurs. First Nations Development Institute launched the Native entrepreneur online series to share success stories about American Indian business owners with the broader public.