Last month saw our giveaway offer. To celebrate Valentine’s Day we made a special offer of a free promotional video for a charity based between Bristol and Cardiff.
We had specific criteria – the video had to be one that would promote an event in 2017.
At Luminous Media we love working with charities. As a business our mission is to do others good, and to help those seeking to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
We were delighted with the response that we received but could only select one charity this time.
For 2017 we have chosen Caring in Bristol to receive our free video offer
Caring in Bristol is a small, effective and local charity that looks after homeless and vulnerable people in Bristol. They strive to create a society where everyone has a home, has hope and is a part of their community.
Ben Richardson, Partnerships and Development Lead for the charity, said, “We are delighted to be working with Luminous Media, and grateful for this amazing opportunity. We look forward to getting a creative message out about how members of the public can get involved and make a real impact on the lives of homeless people in Bristol – watch this space!”
Volunteer Driven Projects
The charity’s volunteer-driven projects include Bristol Nightstop, which involves the recruitment of hosts for young and vulnerable people, Caring at Christmas, where their 800 volunteers help to provide shelter, food and clothing for people in need over the festive period, and the publication of the Survival Handbook, which contains a raft of useful information about Bristol’s homeless support services.
As our 2017 winners Caring in Bristol will receive a half day of filming, editing, and animated/motion graphics to help them with the opening of their new night shelter.
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