Charity Video

If you run a Registered Charity we have special rates and payment terms for you. Making an effective charity video is more challenging than it initially appears due to the varied target audiences and the many motivations for giving.  We need to nail all that down before working on the creative of your charity films, so we work hard on the concept development first. Ask us for more details.

CHARITY VIDEO PRODUCTION

  • Often live action works best 
  • Most powerful when they feature real people’s stories
  • Proven to be great for fundraising

SEASHELL TRUST

We worked with the Seashell Trust on a couple of projects.  This one was funded by PZ Cussons and tells the story of how olfaction can benefit some of the children there.

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We are very happy with the final product, which is rapidly accumulating views - and likes - on our YouTube channel. The video is polished and engaging with a fluent voiceover and narrative trajectory that is compelling and intriguing.'

The attention to detail from brief to final film from SPL is superb.  Getting to grips with the issues, showing clear understanding of the task in hand and then executing it is rare and Ian managed to do this perfectly and quickly.  His guidance and suggestions resulted in films that exceeded our expectations.  I can’t recommend SPL highly enough.

If you had to go into a warzone, you'd want Ant Middleton beside you. Whatever happens, you know he's got your back. If you're making a video, you need Ian Sandall. He's the Ant Middleton of the video world. Ian knows what has to happen to make a successful video. Whether it's your own money or your marketing budget, you can relax if you get Ian involved. Thoroughly recommended.

We were delighted with the videos produced by SPL. We were also impressed with Ian’s understanding of our processes, enabling him to ask the right questions when interviewing and then structure the videos to appeal to our target audiences. I can highly recommend SPL to anyone looking for a professionally-produced technically-based video."