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New York, New York
6 projects

Member since 2022-08-25

Session Overview

We seek a skilled videographer to capture the opening of our first community farmers market in The Bronx on Saturday, June 1 (9 a.m.- 4 p.m.), which marks our third farmers market overall. The gig involves filming the bustling market stalls, happy community interactions, and memorable moments like speeches, the DJ, and the kid's play area. Bring your gear and be ready to shoot and edit a fun, engaging video we can share online. It's a one-day job perfect for one to two skilled volunteers who want to help us showcase this fantastic event!We're excited to announce the opening of our first community farmers market in The Bronx, and we need your videography skills to help us capture this milestone moment! This project is our top priority as it represents our commitment to bringing fresh, local produce to more neighborhoods and supporting community engagement. Videographers documenting this event will help us showcase the impact of our markets, attract more visitors, and secure future support.

The project is a fantastic opportunity to use your talents for a cause that makes a real difference in people's lives. Plus, it's a one-day project, offering a perfect blend of fun and fulfillment. We have made extensive preparations for the opening of our first community farmers market in The Bronx. Our team has secured all necessary permits, coordinated with local farmers and vendors, and organized events, including speeches and music.


Nonprofit Overview

Uptown & Boogie Healthy Project 501(c)(3) expands access to fresh, nutritious food and bicycle education within two New York City neighborhoods - Harlem and The Bronx. Our programming creates opportunities for low-income community residents in under-resourced areas to learn how to lead healthier lifestyles through food and fitness.