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Dogs Refuge Home - Adoption Profile Videos

We think it's important to give back to our local community and, as such, many beardy-blog readers will be aware of our 'give-back' philosophy here at GINGERBEARD Media. As part of this initiative we continue to work with the Dogs' Refuge Home every few months with an aim of filming their longer-term dogs a video which hopefully helps them to get some additional exposure and ultimately, a new home.

The adoption videos you can find below will be used by the Dogs' Refuge Home for use on their social media and website. We hope through using video, we show off these beautiful animals to their best and help them find a suitable new home.

 

Dogs Refuge Home - Adoption Profile Videos

We think it's important to give back to our local community and, as such, many beardy-blog readers will be aware of our 'give-back' philosophy here at GINGERBEARD Media. As part of this initiative we've been working with the Dogs' Refuge Home who are based in Shenton Park for the last few months.

You can find below a series of dog adoption profile videos which we shot and delivered for the Dogs' Refuge Home for use on their social media and website. We hope through using video, we show off these beautiful animals to their best and help them find a suitable new home.


The Good Dog! International FIlm Festival

Good Dog! is a film festival screening engaging films that include a dog. The annual festival, which started in 2012, is held on Sydney Harbour. However this year it took to the road and was shown in Northbridge, Perth for the first time over the Easter weekend. 

Along with airing dog-related films on the Northbridge Piazza Super Screen, the Northbridge Piazza also supported local dog charities by allowing them to set up stalls dedicated to their cause.

 

As part of the event, our Welcome Video that we shot for Dogs' Refuge Home of WA took pride of place the Northbridge Piazza Super Screen.

Photography courtesy of Mac1Photography.


Dogs Refuge Home - Welcome Video

Last week we were back working with the Dogs Refuge Home in Shenton Park - this time filming their introductory video which now sits on the front page of their website.

In just over 3 minutes the video gives a great introduction and multi-layered message to website visitors about the not-for-profit organisation.

For keen beardy-blog watchers you'll notice that all except one piece of footage is from a previous project that we ran with the Dogs Refuge Home which helps demonstrate the adaptability of video that it can be reused from different projects; increasing the value of the original cost of shooting.

The project was filmed and delivered as part of our company's  'give-back' philosophy in which our aim is to work at low or zero cost with local not-for-profit or charity organisations.


Dogs Refuge Home - Adoption Profile Videos

We think it's important to give back to our local community and many beardy-blog readers will be aware of our 'give-back' philosophy here at GINGERBEARD Media. As part of this initiative last year we worked with the Dogs Refuge Home to produce a video as part of a bid to win $115,000 worth of marketing support from the Orange Seed Project.

This year we continue working with the Dogs Refuge Home; this time around we are hoping to help give their dogs they home a better chance through the use of Adoption Videos. Check out our latest videos produced for the Dogs Refuge Home below!

 

Dogs' Refuge Home - Orange Seed Project

Filmed as part of our "Give Back" philosophy, we worked with the  Dogs' Refuge Home in Shenton Park to provide their video entry in Jack in the Box's Orange Seed Project Competition.

This West Australian-based competition between 10 local not-for-profit organisation sees each of the 10 pitted against the other as the public votes for a winner. The winner of the competition will receive $115,000 of marketing support from some big names including The West Australian newspaper and Channel 7.

You can find the video we shot below:

Voting closes Sunday 19th October.