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by Phil Knox on 28 April 2016

A glass of water and a toilet – doesn’t seem to be the most dynamic way to achieve equality in education – but in rural Uganda, improvements in sanitation and water supply have made huge differences in the number of girls staying through to complete their education.

We were filming for All We Can a couple of hour’s drive outside of Kampala where children often had to walk for an hour

by Intern on 22 April 2016

"A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else." I fear, as I prepare to return home to the U.S., that this is true. London is a place I have grown to love dearly during my study abroad experience and it is going to be hard to say good bye. Sure, it rained a lot more than it does back home and the tube strikes and delays were frustrating but those experiences dwarf in

by Kate Topping on 21 April 2016

We thoroughly enjoyed speaking at the charity conference CHASE 2016 this year.  We met many interesting charities at our two sessions (a Video Training Workshop and a case study with All We Can charity) and we were also asked to produce a video to promote the charity conference and exhibition.  As the video target audience was twofold (promoting the conference seminars to charity delegates and

by Kate Topping on 24 March 2016

A strong emotional connection underpins most of our fundraising videos; emotional storytelling is an effective way to engage viewers, help them connect with the charity’s work and drive support. Our latest charity video was produced for Muscular Dystrophy, the UK charity working to beat muscle wasting conditions and an emotional ask is at the heart of the video.

Muscular Dystrophy is a

by Kate Topping on 21 March 2016

Here at Purple Flame Media we’ve just become an approved corporate partner of CharityComms. This membership network for UK charity communicators does so much good work to encourage and share best practice and we're keen to contribute and learn from the partnership.

We’ve chosen to work with CharityComms as they promote the absolute best practice in charity communications.  Their events

by Phil Knox on 10 March 2016

Are you providing enough branding information to your charity video production company?

Over the last 15 years, we’ve seen increasingly detailed style guidelines produced for charities - no longer is it just details on a logo, font and colour palette, now they cover multiple pages on style, approach, language and many other parameters that help to make up the overall communications


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