The Edge video crew visited with Share Caseworker Aimee and her client Becky to tell the story of how Becky became self-sufficient and rebuilt her relationship with her children with the help of Share. This video was shared during Share’s nonprofit fundraising special appeal.
For the second consecutive year, Edge Multimedia planned, shot, edited and produced a short film to help raise funds during an annual, local nonprofit fundraising gala for our client, Share Vancouver. The gala was a ‘roaring’ success, might we say, with a strong showing of not only community support but of classic 1920’s style to boot. Raffles, auctions and special appeals throughout the evening together helped raise over $173,000 to fund Share’s community programs throughout 2014.
Yes, the theme was Flappers and Dappers. With guests arriving in fringe, feathers and fedoras – it was a very festive evening flashing back to the prohibition era, minus the prohibition part, as the fruit of the vine was flowing thanks to sponsor Basel Cellars Estate Winery.
Prior to the big event, our Edge video crew visited with Share Caseworker Aimee and her client Becky to tell the story behind Becky becoming self-sufficient and rebuilding her relationship with her children with the help of Share. We invite you to watch the video above and enjoy this inspiring story.
In addition to providing insight into how Share dramatically benefits the lives of thousands of individuals in our local community through telling Becky’s story, the short film also gives an annual overview of Share Vancouver’s invaluable service to Clark County and the greater community.
Additionally, Edge Multimedia was a platinum sponsor of the event. We brought our crew – all dolled up in 1920’s attire – to enjoy the silent and live auctions, as well as visit with supporters and local community leaders that have a heart for Share.
Once again it was our honor to participate in such a fantastic event and use our skills to help get the word out about the amazing work that Share does every day.