Most people know us as wedding videographers. Some also know that we do mitzvahs, birthday celebrations, rehearsal dinners. While we've always produced corporate and non-profit fundraising projects, this year we are excited to have welcomed back two of our non-profit clients from last year - The Italian Home for Children and The Rashi School.

The Italian Home for Children holds a special place in our hearts. We know that the children cared for there have challenging lives, but it lifts our spirits to witness the love and dedication we see in the staff, and the smiles and warmth we see in the kids.

This year we were privileged to film the Life is Good Playmakers doing a training with The Italian Home staff. Steve Gross, founder of Playmakers, amazed us with his understanding of children, and his passion for helping the Italian Home kids recover joy and laughter in their lives.

Here is the video we produced for The Italian Home for Children that was shown at the Gala, at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in May. The event was produced by Tasha Bracken of SD Events.

The Rashi School in Dedham offered us the opportunity to focus on the Arts at Rashi. We were delighted to see and hear how important the Arts are at Rashi, and the extent to which music, drawing, theater, singing, songwriting, music-making and even opera composition and performance, were seamlessly woven into the fabric of the school's rich academic education. We loved hearing the teachers speak so passionately about their areas of expertise, and we were  overwhelmed with the enthusiasm the students expressed in describing their experiences with Rashi, its teachers and curriculum.

The gala was held at The Seaport Hotel in Boston, planned and executed by Kim Stone, now in charge of Rashi Events. 

We are proud of the work we do with our non-profits, and are dedicated to using our talents to make a difference in the world.

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