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DIY Video For Nonprofits Series, Part 3: Editing and Sharing Your Video

DIY Video For Nonprofits Series, Part 3: Editing and Sharing Your Video

Learn how to use the resources you have available, including your own staff, to create videos for your Nonprofit.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

DIY Video For Nonprofits Series - Sign Up for One Session or All Three

Individual Session $20/$40, Package (3 Sessions) $45/$100

Nonprofits are faced with distinct marketing challenges throughout the year: How do you reach your customers and donors in a meaningful way, but with a limited budget? This series of workshops will provide your staff with the ability to create promotional videos entirely internally using the resources you have available to you - such as cell phones, point-and-shoot cameras, available lighting, and free editing software.

DIY Video For Nonprofits, Part 1: What Story Will You Tell?
Wednesday, November 2, 10am - 12pm

Part 1 of the workshop asks, what story will you tell? A compelling video always tells a story; in this first session we will look at what makes a good narrative and how to plan for a short but sweet video that sheds light on your organization.

DIY Video For Nonprofits, Part 2: Essentials of Video and Lighting
Wednesday, November 9, 10am - 12pm

Part 2 of the workshop will cover the essentials of making a video: Filming with your smartphone or other available cameras, recording good sound, and lighting your video.

DIY Video For Nonprofits, Part 3: Editing and Sharing Your Video
Wednesday, November 16, 10am - 12pm

Part 3 of the workshop focuses on post-production: Importing and managing your video files, editing your video with free software, exporting, and sharing online.

The Nonprofit Resource Exchange has a wide array of events planned for the fall of 2016. Don't miss out on these opportunities to learn how to deepen your organization's reach into the community. Registration is required for all events. Contact Clodagh Drummey at or 617.401.4005 to register. For additional events, please visit here.