Super 9 Studios recently worked with Brian Penry of Penry Creative to produce two videos for Lifting Up Westchester, formerly Grace Church Community Center in White Plains, NY. Grace Church Community Center has been around for over 40 years and in need of a name change for almost as long. It is a major force of social services in Westchester County. In an effort to bring everyone (parishioners, board members, a staff of over 200, donors, community leaders, and clients) on board, the following video was created:
Describing all that this multifaceted organization does is a major feat! We were proud to join efforts with Penry Creative and the leaders at Lifting Up Westchester to create the following marketing video. (Thanks to Matt Berky of Massive Productions for his music composition):
Here’s an excerpt from an article originally distributed via PRWeb.
Lifting Up Westchester Takes Flight
Grace Church Community Center, the 36 year-old Westchester County social services organization, has announced its re-launch with a new, comprehensive brand identity and tag line: Lifting Up Westchester: Where Hope Takes Flight One Person at a Time. The unveiling of the new brand identity took place at the organizations Oasis of Hope spring gala at Leewood Golf Club in Eastchester on April 17, with more than 200 patrons and supporters in attendance. A community-wide celebration open to the public is slated for late spring.
This is a major milestone in our organizations long history, remarked Paul Anderson-Winchell, Lifting Up Westchester’s Executive Director. For 36 years we have been a hidden gem in this county. A more identifiable name is integral to increasing our impact in Westchester. That said, our mission remains intact: to restore hope to our neighbors in need. Chris Schwartz, Director of Development, added Our vision is to continue our legacy of providing people in need with food, shelter and support and lift them to greater self-sufficiency with dignity and respect. Equally important is that we focus on the individual helping one person at a time.
For more information, please visit http://www.liftingupwestchester.org or contact Chris Schwartz at chrisschwartz(at)liftingupwestchester(dot)org or (914) 949-3098.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12665856.htm
Celebrating the completion of a long, but successful project with dinner and drinks at Bar Bouchee in Madison, CT