Filmmaking that inspires action and change lives.
Voice For The Kids partners with Child Advocacy Centers, law enforcement agencies, and non-profits to share the work they do with the world. Through the medium of film, we tell your story, expand your reach, and inspire action from supporters, donors, and the children that need your work the most. To understand what this looks like, and feels like, explore a project that we recently completed for Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina.
A Unified Film Series Supporting A Statewide Effort
The Need: The Children's Advocacy Centers of North Carolina is the state chapter organization responsible for organizing and coordinating the efforts of all 40 children's advocacy centers statewide. They wanted to create a video that showcased their presence and impact throughout the state while celebrating the social and geographical diversity of the communities they serve. They also wanted the video to educate North Carolinians on the important work of the child advocacy center and the statewide effort to protect children who have been sexually abused.
How We Helped: Working with their team, we decided to film "a day in the life of" reenactments with nine different children, at nine different Child Advocacy Centers throughout the state. From the eastern shores to the western mountains, we captured the experience of the child from the moment they enter the CAC until the moment they leave, detailing each step of the process. The process for each CAC is very similar, but each child, location, and surrounding area was different, allowing us to showcase regional efforts while celebrating the state's diversity. Each CAC received their own video, while the Children’s Advocacy Center’s of North Carolina received their state chapter video, which pulled from all of the footage that we captured as we toured the state. After a successful series in 2018, Voice For The Kids and Children's Advocacy Centers of North Carolina will be collaborating together again in 2019, producing videos for 9 more child advocacy centers.