Our next charity event will take place at Curzon Bloomsbury on Thursday 9 August. The theme this time is Creative Storytelling in the Third Sector and we’re inviting anyone who works within the charity sector to come along.
Please note that this event has now sold out. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to be added to the waiting list. Be sure to sign up to our mailing list to be the first to hear about the next one.
Effective storytelling is an important part of any charity’s communications – and doing so through video content is hard to beat when done well. Video allows you to bring audiences closer to your cause, your work and your beneficiaries in a way that other media can’t. It promotes empathy, understanding and long-term support that helps you to raise awareness and strengthen relationships with existing supporters.
But what makes for great creative storytelling when using video?
At this seminar-style event, speakers from UK charities will share examples and results from their own campaigns. Through a series of 15 minute lightning talks, we’ll explore how these organisations have used video to tell their own charity’s stories, alongside advice on what they think makes for good storytelling and how to get the most out of your video campaigns.
This really is a great opportunity to meet and learn from your peers, and especially valuable for content, marketing and social media practitioners from both large and small charities.
We want as many charities as possible to benefit, so can only offer 3 places per organisation. Please email email@example.com in touch if you’d like to reserve more.
We facilitate these free events every quarter for those working within the charity sector. They are designed to help charities network, keep up with trends and make the best possible use of their content. Previous speakers include WaterAid, Age UK, War Child, RNIB, Marie Curie, Cancer Research UK, British Heart Foundation, Google & YouTube Spaces UK and Parkinson’s UK.
We’re always on the hunt for speakers! If you’d like to share your experience working with content in the charity sector, or if you have any questions, please contact Fiona at firstname.lastname@example.org.