Move. Inspire. Advocate. Through the moving image. AKA Video.
Video is the single most effective platform to conveying your message to a wide ranging audience. Through the power of visual storytelling, the work your organization does can spring to life and inspire people in ways that a newsletter or a brochure simply cannot.
A well-crafted cinematic video can put a face to the realities you are tackling – and the success you are achieving, and help people know and remember you.
Whether you are looking to share an intimate story of a program’s success; showcase the people that make your organization tick; or outline your plans for the future, video is the clearest way to pass on that information and, more importantly, stir individuals to action.
Our portfolio of videos include the following – and more.
Inspire your community, and political leaders, to take action with an emotional appeal and hard facts. As social justice activists ourselves, we know what it takes to move an audience to action. Video is a key component in any contemporary political or social change campaign.
Document your next conference, gala or symposium with professional video. Gain traction with a five-minute highlight video and interviews with your members. And post the keynotes, or more, for everyone to check out.
Need professional help with editing video that you already have on-hand? Or maybe you have a brilliant idea for a viral video that will help your cause but need assistance executing it? We do that too! .
Example Viral Video: “Sh*t Men Say to Men Who Say Sh*t to Women on the Street”
From hands on fundraising assistance, to critical board development, the TakeTwo team is the real deal. As Law Enforcement Against Prohibition’s Executive Director, I have made hundreds of critical decisions over the past four years, some good and some not so good. The decision to hire Stephanie and Bix is definitely one of my top five. Obviously, fundraising and messaging for a non-profit are absolutely essential and it would serve an organization extremely well to hire professionals, like TakeTwo, in getting the job done.
—Major Neill Franklin (Ret.), Executive Director, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition