Nonprofit Fundraising Samples
Powerful Stories. Lifelong Connections.
|Nonprofit||Before Film||After Film||Difference|
|St. Paul's Academy||$250,000||$350,000||$100,000|
|Seattle Girls School||$250,000||$400,000||$150,000|
|PeaceHealth Foundation Bellingham||$250,000||$600,000||$350,000|
|Seattle Humane Society||$600,000||$1,200,000||$600,000|
|Pickford Film Center||$100,000||$275,000||$175,000|
|Volunteer Park Conservatory||$100,000||$180,000||$80,000|
|Whatcom Center for Early Learning||$100,000||$125,000||$25,000|
At the end of the day, people want to connect with causes they believe in. They are looking for organizations that align with their own goals. Nonprofits in particular must figure out ways to make connections and nurture relationships over time. By telling powerful stories and talking about cause and effect beyond simple data points, you can further your communities and achieve better results.
Overlake: The Letter
This film has become the cornerstone of the Overlake Hospital Foundation’s fundraising efforts, as well as a powerful internal communication piece. Fundraising to date exceed $1,000,000.
This Seattle icon needed to communicate it’s mission in a way that rose above the noise and resonated with audiences. This piece took a novel approach by touching on ‘value to the community’ as well as ‘nostalgia’. Fundraising to date: $400,000+
Few things are worse than losing a parent as a child. The Treehouse wanted to capture that loss in a tasteful way for their annual luncheon. This video helped them 3X their fundraising efforts from the year before.
Seattle Girls School
What a mission: empower young girls to take on the world! This video captured the spirit behind the school, and helped them raise over $600,000 at their annual fundraising lunch.