Community

At Emerald City Pictures, giving back is very important to us, so every quarter we donate a grant to a local charity in the form of free video production services.

maltby-on-the-set
Such recipients of past grants have been (but not limited to):
Issaquah Valley Grange
Maltby Food Bank
Sno-Isle Library System
Food Lifeline

If you know of a local non-profit organization in need of video services, please let us know.

“Emerald City Pictures created a unique and functional video for us. Their team was professional, prepared and generous in their work. They appropriately represented Food Lifeline and our brand, listened to our needs and created a high-quality, versatile piece that will help us feed more families and share the hunger story with more people in Western Washington.”
- Linda, Nageotte, President & CEO
Food Lifeline

Food Lifeline

Here is a recent Video we did for our second quarter grant.  The non-profit organization is Food Lifeline.
Each year Food lifeline distributes more than 35 million pounds of food to hungry people in Western Washington, the equivalent of more than 27 million meals. They provide food to over 745,000 hungry people throughout Western Washington. This year ECP is going to help with Food LifeLine’s Summer Hunger Program. The Summer Hunger Program is designed to remind people that there still is need, especially in the summer when it is easy to forget that many people, especially children rely on school meals and government programs that find lean times in the summer months.

Sno-Isle Libraries

Recently ECP teamed up with Sno-Isle Library system to announce their “Call for Stories” campaign. It seems everyone has a fun story about their local library, what’s yours?