Great news for nonprofits! Here's the release:
Lansing, Mich. (May 30, 2013) – MessageMakers, creator of “experiences that transform,” is celebrating 35 years of global work that has allowed them to give back to the community. In honor of the anniversary, they’re rolling out a grant program to give back more.
“MessageMakers has been producing events, video and training around the world for a long time, for clients from Harley-Davidson to the U.S. Office of Overseas Schools,” said Jeff Giles, operations manager, “as well as working in our own backyard, such as with Herman Miller and GreenStone Farm Credit Services.”
MessageMakers has given back through sponsorship of events such as the East Lansing Film Festival’s Student Filmmaker of the Year Award, Lansing JazzFest, Old Town BluesFest, Michigan Mosaic Music Festival, Festival of the Sun, Festival of the Moon, Old Town Oktoberfest, Red Cross “Changing Lives” event and more.
“We’ve been looking for the right opportunity to give back even more to other organizations that need a boost to move to a new level of growth and impact,” said Terry Terry, president. “We’re rolling out the MessageMakers grant program as a way of meeting that need.”
The MessageMakers grant program will aid nonprofit organizations, offering up to $50,000 in total support. The grant program’s application will be released this summer. Those interested in notification of release can sign up for MessageMakers’ email list at messagemakers.com (or directly from bit.ly/mmnewsletter).
As creators of “experiences that transform,” MessageMakers specializes in video production, training, and event production in Michigan and around the globe. In the past decade, MessageMakers has won over 60 awards for the quality of its work. For more information, visit messagemakers.com.