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How does HOME Storytellers help other nonprofit organizations?
HOME Storytellers partners with nonprofit organizations anywhere in the world with proven and sustainable solutions that enable refugee self-reliance. Our world-class photographers and filmmakers document real stories of people who have been benefited by their work. The resulting documentary films and photographs are used in joint social impact campaigns to highlight the nonprofit work to a broader audience and make a deeper impression on them.
Does HOME Storytellers work with other types of organizations?
Yes, HOME Storytellers also partners with foundations, social enterprises, businesses, government agencies, and schools and universities. In addition, any organization working to amplify refugee self-reliance solutions.
How does HOME Storytellers work?
We are an organization of world class photojournalists and filmmakers with capabilities to create and artfully compose cinematic films and photographs of meaningful personal stories. Our stories communicate innovative and effective solutions that empower refugees to be self-reliant and experience a more fulfilling life.
Our compelling visual storytelling proves to be an effective and strategic means for nonprofits to promote their mission and a proven solution to build a donor base and successful fundraising. Additionally, for other organizations, our impactful storytelling approach helps demonstrate positive social impact that can be used as an advocacy tool and to attract social investors.
HOME Storytellers partners with organizations in various ways depending on the specific situation:
Once a nonprofit organization is selected and vetted, HOME Storytellers sends a team to document their work. We create a short documentary film for them and provide access to all still images. These storytelling assets are a powerful multiplier, significantly raising the amount in fundraising efforts. HOME Storytellers continues to promote our beneficiary organizations through our website and multiple social media platforms.
For medium size nonprofits with proven and sustainable solutions that enable refugees’ self-reliance, HOME Storytellers uses a collaboration model. That means that the funding of the project is a shared responsibility.
Fee for service coverage:
HOME Storytellers also works with foundations, large nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, businesses, government agencies, schools and universities whose programs align with our mission, and who have a budget to support the project. This is a fee-based service.
Create a short documentary film. Humanize and highlight refugee self-reliance solutions with HOME Storytellers filmmaking team who will document your program and create a compelling, artfully cinematic, film.
Create an Image Collection. Photographs created by a HOME Storytellers photographer that can be maximized across media platforms, acting as a centerpiece for websites, fundraising, conferences, galas, and exhibits.
Film and Image Collection.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is Empowerment Works?
Empowerment Works Inc. is HOME Storytellers’ fiscal sponsor. They provide 501(c)(3) nonprofit status, mentorship, and several other impact tools. HOME Storytellers helps advance Empowerment Work’s charitable mission because of our shared values. Empowerment Works, Inc.
EIN is 31-179-6801.
Can I donate funds or appreciated stock to HOME Storytellers?
Thank you for helping grow solutions that empower refugees to become self-reliant. HOME Storytellers accepts donations via:
Online at this website
Please send check donations to: Empowerment WORKS, Inc. Attn: HOME Storytellers 9528 Colleton Place Montgomery AL, 36117
HOME Storytellers accepts donations of appreciated stock.
HOME Storytellers also accepts donations through Donor Advised Funds. Please select Empowerment Works, Inc. EIN: 31-179-6801 and send us an email to email@example.com letting us know of your donation.
HOME Storytellers is a proud member of Global Giving. Donations can also be received by our projects at https://www.globalgiving.org/donate/59058/home-storytellers-a-fiscally-sponsored-by-501c3-nonprof/
Are donations to HOME Storytellers tax deductible?
Yes if you are a U.S. Tax Payer, HOME Storytellers is a fiscally sponsored program by the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Empowerment Works, Inc. All donations in our website will receive a confirmation receipt containing Empowerment Works’s tax EIN number.
When you donate to our projects on the Global Giving website, you will receive a confirmation receipt containing Global Giving’s tax EIN number: 30-018263.
Can I donate from outside the U.S.?
Yes, we are very happy with international support. However, please be aware that only donations made by U.S. Tax Payers are tax-deductible.
How do I make a gift of stock to HOME Storytellers?
We are able to accept donations in the form of stock, government (including municipal) debt and corporate debt. If you are interested in donating stock, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I fundraise for HOME Storytellers?
Yes, we love that idea. Please contact us at email@example.com and we will help you set up your very own URL, write a mission statement, and choose your goal. It is very simple and you will be ready to start.
Can I sponsor a HOME Storytellers film project?
Yes, you can become a HOME Storytellers partner by funding an impact film project and be credited as the film Executive Producer. For details on how and hear more about behind the scenes experiences please contact our Executive Director at:
How are beneficiary nonprofit organizations selected?
HOME Storytellers selects beneficiary nonprofit organizations through a rigorous review process and their commitment to a full partnership with us. The organizations are chosen based on the strength and sustainability of their solutions to enable refugees’ self-reliance.
Can nonprofit organizations hire HOME Storytellers to cover their programs?
Yes, as long as the coverage is aligned with HOME Storytellers mission. HOME Storytellers covers real stories of refugees whose lives have been positively transformed by self-reliance solutions. HOME Storytellers will work for a fee for service capacity.
Who are HOME Storytellers’
In addition to individuals committed to making a difference, HOME Storytellers’ partners included nonprofit organizations, foundations, impact agencies, social enterprises, government agencies, media, school and universities, and businesses.
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