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Tuesday, 24th April 2018 at 8:28 am
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Big Cares, which was established by Big Review TV in 2016 to allow charities and not-for-profit organisations to be able to tell their stories in a new and more powerful way, shares testimonials from some of the extraordinary people they’ve worked with.


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Tuesday, 24th April 2018 at 8:28 am

Big Cares, which was established by Big Review TV in 2016 to allow charities and not-for-profit organisations to be able to tell their stories in a new and more powerful way, shares testimonials from some of the extraordinary people they’ve worked with.

“Wellington Aboriginal Corporation Health Service (WACHS) has worked with the Big Cares team for the past 12 months and in that time has produced several amazing videos which have showcased our work.

“They have been as diverse as promoting our Aboriginal Medical Service to promoting the work of a program which helps young Indigenous men to strive for a positive life, to a NAIDOC event at a small Aboriginal community. These videos have helped to promote the services and programs that we deliver to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in western NSW.

“On all levels, from the shoot, to production and editing the Big Cares team are thoroughly professional, delightful and easy to work with because they really care about delivering a polished product that helps their clients make a difference.

“Recently, WACHS used one of the videos made with the Aboriginal Children’s Therapy Team to present at a national conference on rural health on the important role of the Aboriginal Health Worker in the care of Aboriginal children with speech and hearing impairment. We highly recommend Big Cares to other not-for-profit organisations and recommend video as a powerful tool to tell a story and make a lasting impact.”

– Rebekah Bullock, executive manager of communication and information technology at WACHS.

 

 

“I’m confident that the video communication supported our offline mail packs and contributed to helping us achieve our donation target. Video enables us to communicate with our stakeholders and donors in an alternative yet meaningful and powerful way.”

– Ava Pham, digital communications coordinator at Baker Institute.

 

“We are very happy to be part of [BIG Cares], and love that Big Review is helping so many not for profits share their stories with the world. Thank you for including the YMCA in the BIG Cares showreel.”

– Dianne McDonald, executive manager – communication at YMCA Australia.

 

“Thank you so much to Big Cares for the work you have done on [our] videos. We love them – they are warm, profile our volunteers well and get the message out that we were wanting to communicate.  Please pass on my heartfelt thanks to the team. Your team have now impacted our work positively and because of them we will be able to draw many more volunteers to Eastern Palliative Care. This is exactly what we want, so that we can continue to make a difference in the lives of our clients and their families. Because of you, those in our care who are dying and grieving and caring will be able to get the community support they so desperately need.”

– Krystal Wallis, senior coordinator – volunteer services at Eastern Palliative Care.

 

Over the years Big Cares has worked with some truly extraordinary people.  

We have seen some truly amazing things in that time, but there are still many more stories to be told!

Use your budget to reach even more donors through video this End of Financial Year with a 15% DISCOUNT ON YOUR NEXT VIDEO SOLUTION!

Enquire here.

 

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