Impact Library

Videos and pictures are what organizations need to tell their stories. Reading has been reduced to informational highlights about a photograph or as a lead-in to a video.

Visit our Impact Library and watch other organizations’ videos for inspiration. Not every video needs to be an elaborate or expensive undertaking. Using only your smart phone you can produce a quality video. (It’s just as easy as the “home movies” you make and share with family and friends.)

We hope you will share your compelling video stories about how your organization is making a long term difference in our community. You may email a file or a link to Jayne Evans.

A STORY OF NONPROFIT IMPACT

Hubbard House InVest Program - A Story of Nonprofit Impact
Feb 19, 2015

The InVest Program, saving lives of domestic violence victims in Jacksonville, Florida. This award-winning program is a partnership between Hubbard House and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

HOW TO WRITE AND PRODUCE NONPROFIT IMPACT VIDEOS

Tutorial: How to Write and Produce Nonprofit Impact Videos
Feb 19, 2015

This video guide will help your nonprofit write and produce compelling stories through film in an easy, fun, and successful way. Learn step-by-step the most important parts of your impact story and how to do it yourself!

JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND

Powering Potential
April 28, 2015

Informing and mobilizing an informed public is the role of the Jacksonville Public Education Fund. The need exists to invest in our schools and students for the successful development of our future workforce. By recruiting new businesses will happen if we have a talented workforce. A talented workforce depends on a high quality education system. That's why we work everyday to help "Power the Potential" in our schools and with each student.

THE AMELIA COMMUNITY THEATER

Theater in Our Community
2015

Beyond entertaining our community and providing an outlet for those who love the work, our theater provides an opportunity for people of all ages to strengthen their commitment to the community, explore relationships, gain a new perspective of their own lives and increase their self-confidence. This is positively translated to other aspect of their lives. Our youngest members also learn life-long values of team work, responsibility, giving back to the community, and have a unique opportunity to make friends with adults on a "professional" level.

KIM'S OPEN DOOR

Unlocking Opportunities for Kids at Risk
2015

Kim’s Open Door, a 501c3, empowers at risk children to be their best through a one-of-a-kind team approach to mentoring. We are mobilizing hundreds of people from diverse backgrounds to teach important life skills, through mentoring, clubs, and community events which will help inspire a successful future these children and our community.

PROJECT SOS

Educating, Equipping, Empowering
2015

When teenagers make smart life decisions the entire community enjoys immediate and longer term benefits. For 12+ years Project SOS has provided local teenagers development and healthy relationship skills. As a result birth rates have dropped 64%, juvenile crime 35%, and drugs and alcohol 28%. HS graduation rates increased, preparing students for a productive and fulfilling life.

CLARKE SCHOOLS FOR HEARING AND SPEECH

A New Day
2015

The life-changing work happening at Clarke every day and celebrates the profound impact of Clarke's mission with children who are deaf or heard of hearing where they singing songs, learning the seasons, telling jokes and living lives filled with endless opportunities.  Each day, Clarke make brighter futures possible for the the children and families we serve

OPERATION NEW HOPE BREAKING THE CYCLE

Breaking the Cycle
2012

Children can't choose their circumstances. The Breaking the Cycle program provides parents the opportunity to reconnect with their families after incarceration. Parents and children learn together to lead more productive and healthier lives, and that's a positive  impact that is important for the entire community.

VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE

Free Integrated Care
2015

Our volunteer-run clinic provides free, and fully integrated healthcare - including labs, medications, eye exams, women’s health, mental health, dental care - for low-income, uninsured, working families. With proper preventative care, people lead healthier, more productive lives and rely less on expensive emergency care.

JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND

Teach of the Year Orientation
2015

Kifimbo Holloway-Parnell, 2015 Duval County Teacher of the Year, speaking at 2016 Teacher of the Year Orientation at the Jacksonville Public Education Fund. JPEF is committed to elevating the voices of Duval County’s public school teachers. Teaching excellence secures a brighter future for our community.