They beat to their own drumbeat and measure success with a different form of currency. Many of us refer to this as “doing the right thing.”
So often in our fast-paced world, good causes get lost in the noise. Serenity Studios helps nonprofits rise above by telling the stories of those impacted by your organization’s work. Storytelling is one of humanity’s earliest traditions. Your stories generate empathy, and in turn, make giving as effortless as breathing.
Your cause is brilliant, effective, and critical to solving the world’s biggest challenges. We create videos that amplify your impact, extend your reach, and raise more funds. Let’s work together to change lives and make the world a better place.
Tualatin Rotary Club
The Rotary Club of Tualatin funds programs locally and internationally with a focus on families and children. Our video highlights the programs closest to home and offers donors an emotional connection with those on the receiving end of their generosity. This video paid dividends by generating an 8x return on investment at the club’s annual fundraiser.
Inspiration and creativity can breathe a new life thanks to the Cerimon House of the Alberta Arts District of Portland, Oregon. Cerimon House is a nonprofit humanities and cultural arts organization and event space that supports its ever changing community.
Founder Randall Stuart shares his vision of the 4 Cs: Community, Creativity, Curiosity, and Ceremony.
Start Making A Reader Today (SMART) is an Oregon non-profit helping children to become confident and successful readers. It’s important for donors to realize the depth at which this program affects the lives of its students. As such, we told this story through the perspective of a former SMART Reader, who shared his childhood struggles and reveals how the SMART program helped him overcome.
Saving Sturgeon Lake
We partnered with with Sedona Group Media and their client, Oregon Wildlife, to produce an appeal video to raise awareness and funds for the #SaveSturgeonLake campaign. In order to reveal the major problems facing Sturgeon Lake, we took to the air to offer donors a unique perspective. Through this new lens, we were able to educate, inspire, and ultimately rally support for the fundraising efforts.