RADAR FILM COMMUNITY WORK


Radar Film gives away time to churches, charities and not for profits in the North Yorkshire area. We dedicate 1 day per month to generate video content to support them. Radar film generates value, not only for itself, but for the community it lives in, because it knows how difficult life is in the public and charity sector at the moment. Video can help charities in the same way that corporate film can help businesses. Carefully crafted for a particular audience, our charity video work is designed to carry specific messages to specific audiences.

Check out some of the stuff we did:


Gracious Street Methodist Church, Knaresborough – Messy church campaign

GSMC are a paying client, and also benefit from some free work!

The video you see here, formed part of a campaign. The video was designed to be shown in front of a live audience gathered at the church. A short 15 second Facebook advert was derived from this, and a demographically targeted advertising campaign was deployed into the community. The first messy church was attended by 138 people. Other video content generated for the church led directly to a x10 increase in attendance at some events, and indirectly led to media coverage by the BBC.

Womens Charity in York

We did some video production for a womans’ charity in central York.

We interviewed a series of service users to the charity, and crafted testimonial videos. These videos are to be shown to a live audience during fund raising meetings. The aim of the videos is to ‘bring the women into’ the meetings so that potential donors can see the need the charity is meeting, and understand the impact their donation could have. Take a look…it’s pretty compelling stuff.