As MedShare continues to expand our mission and impact, it is imperative that we have the right tools to engage and educate. To that end, we recently created two new videos to promote the MedShare message to multiple audiences.
We worked with two incredible teams on these videos: Henry Schein, with whom we partner in various ways, and Encyclomedia, a video production house in Atlanta. Each of the videos have a powerful message and leave a lasting impression. The first video utilizes recipient and volunteer footage and photos to convey our operations and potential for greater impact beautifully. In the second, Meridith Rentz, CEO and President, joins A.B. Short, co-founder and Senior Advisor to the CEO, in telling our story. This video gives a comprehensive view of both our history and future goals.
These videos are a great way to quickly share the essence of our mission and work with those that are interested, and we invite you to share them with your friends and family.
This was part of our December 2011 newsletter. To view the rest – including stories on our expansion into NY and FL and a great last minute gift idea – click here.
Our partners are vital to our work. They often go out of their way to ensure our success, and we couldn’t be more grateful. They donate supplies. They enable countless volunteer hours. They contribute desperately-needed biomedical equipment. They provide their expert services.
They do all this because they support MedShare. They support our mission of bridging the gap between surplus and need, and are as passionate as we are about providing much-needed medical supplies and equipment to people around the world. They’ve enabled us to send over 740 tractor-trailer size containers to 88 countries around the world. With their help, we’ve saved over 2 million cubic feet of space from U.S. landfills and countless lives.
Today, we’d like to recognize Henry Schein (and Henry Schein Cares), a partner of ours on multiple levels. They recently revamped MedShare’s overview video – and did an incredible job. We wanted you, our supporters, to be the first to view the video. Take a moment and watch below, won’t you?
From everyone at MedShare, thanks to the wonderful team at Henry Schein that gave their time and expertise to this project!