The Fledgling Fund – supports innovative media projects that can play critical roles in igniting social change. The Fledgling Fund tracks the impact that the projects have had on their communities and the world. To read about how they view impact, please read, Assessing Creative Media’s Social Impact. Together with Working Films, they have created IMPACT a series of videos focusing on building film campaigns that ignite social change.
Mam Movies – Mam Movies aims to support and nurture independent film makers who use media, the arts and technology to inform, inspire and empower others to create positive action in the world.
MediaRights – maximizes the impact of social-issue documentaries and shorts. By engaging with the MediaRights community, filmmakers reach audiences, educators and librarians bring films into their classroom, and non-profits and activists integrate media into their campaigns.
NomadsLand – is a community of video producers, film makers, activists, non-profit staffers and social entrepreneurs who are joining forces to curate, create and distribute visual media that raises awareness and support of worthwhile international projects and important global issues. They believe that on-line video – or what we refer to as “micro-documentaries” – is how socially responsible organizations and companies will tell their story in the age of Web 3.0.
Quepo - is a nonprofit organization that uses the audiovisual as a tool for informing, criticizing, creating awareness, and promoting action. We want to make people aware that citizen participation is necessary for the creation of a more democratic global society, which, by increasing a sense of humanity, involves us all in defending respect for human rights, the environment, and social justice
Video Volunteers – is a non-profit based in New York City and Goa, India working to create a sustainable global ‘community media network’, a kind of CNN or BBC for the one billion people living on less than two dollars a day. It current works mainly in India.
VJ Movement – The Video Journalism Movement is an ongoing collaboration between a global network of freelance professional video journalists, editorial cartoonists, and the public.
WAVE – ‘Women Aloud Video-blogging for Empowerment’ is a digital platform for young semi-urban Indian women to voice their perspectives on issues that matter through video blogs. Young women were selected through non-government organizations and colleges from every state in India for an innovative 9-month mentorship program, and provided with video equipment, intensive training and monthly stipends for participating in the project. The project takes a citizen journalist approach in an attempt to give voice to women through short video projects.
Working Films – leverages the power of storytelling through documentary film to advance struggles for social, economic, and environmental justice, human and civil rights. With offices in the U.S. and London, they offer consultation, strategic planning for alternative distribution, website and social media development.
Worthwhile Films – produce compelling documentary-style film and video programming with and for ‘virtuous non-profit organizations, benign government agencies, and other worthwhile causes’.