Use Video To Boost Support For Your Campaign
 

Video Update_ John Michael LeMoine

Click the image to view a sample video update from HelpHOPELive client John Michael LeMoine.
At the end of the year, we challenged you to increase donations to your campaign by taking advantage of our nonprofit status. The impact was huge! In December alone, HelpHOPELive campaigns raised a record-breaking $1.8 million!

In the New Year,  consider online video as a way to reconnect with your donors and reach new supporters.

Sharing a  video is a great way to get people engaged in your campaign on a more personal level, and creating one has never been easier or more accessible. For many of us, our video making capabilities are just a pocket or purse away!

Why Video Works
  • Allows you to convey a lot of information quickly
  • Helps people to feel what you're going through
  • Drives people to click and share more than text
Have a video ready to share?  You can now embed video to your Campaign Page as an Update or as part of your About story.

Is video right for your campaign? Find out on our blog:  Creating A Campaign Video: 3 Essential Steps

Clients In The News
Event Photo_ Jenny McStoots

In January, the St. Cloud community came together to lend a hand to kidney patient Jenny McStoots. Click the image to read about the fundraiser.

Share your news coverage with us by posting an update on your Campaign Page, and we may feature your campaign in our next newsletter!

Good Day Sacramento

Ledger-Enquirer

The Record-Courier


Find these and other  Clients In The News stories here  on our website. 

Transplant Announcements
Tweet_ Homecoming show in honor of James Michael McLester.

James Michael McLester is celebrating his recent transplant with a homecoming concert. Click the image to view details.

17 HelpHOPELive clients received the
gift of life in December 2015. 

Congrats from all of us at HelpHOPELive! 

The mission of HelpHOPELive is to support community-based fundraising 
for people with unmet medical and related expenses due to cell and organ transplants 
or catastrophic injuries and illnesses. 


Have a question? Call 800.642.8399 or visit helphopelive.org
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