Atlantic Public Media is developing a repertoire of audio sound/slideshow presentations and is in the process of developing training materials in line with our audio production training work at Transom.org.
Projects for Non-Profits
Atlantic Public Media’s belief in the power and art of storytelling is a good fit for non-profits wishing to share stories about the work they’re doing and the people they’re involved with. Sample the work we’ve done for hospital fundraising events:
This piece was part Massachusetts General Hospital’s 2013 gala event for Aspire, a program which supports young people on the autism spectrum in achieving success.
Massachusetts General Hospital honored 8 year old Tommy McGraw and his family at the 2012 Storybook Ball. Tommy, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in March, 2012, was treated with Proton Radiation Therapy at MGH.
This piece kicked off Massachusetts General Hospital’s 2012 annual event honoring 100 people who have made a difference in the world of cancer. Written and produced by Atlantic Public Media, read by Academy Award winning actor, Chris Cooper.
Mary Dempsey and her brother, actor Patrick Dempsey, founded the Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope and Healing in Lewiston, Maine in honor of their mom, a six time ovarian cancer survivor.
Drs. Mo Motamedi, Alice Tsang Shaw, Jason Efstathiou, and Steven Zeitels were honored for their ground-breaking research.
Jeff Guyer kept a blog while he battled with cancer. It inspired people around the world.
Elana and Jack Sargent, whose father’s battle against cancer inspired Elana to begin a handmade bracelet fundraising effort, and Jack to organize a benefit hockey game.
Dr. Keith Flaherty, Director of Developmental Therapeutics and Medical Oncologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center.
The Ellison 14 Wedding Team, of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Hematology Oncology Unit.
Brigham & Women’s newborn intensive care unit seen through the lens of the Schumacher family, whose son Weston was born four months prematurely, weighing less than 2 pounds.
Massachusetts General Hospital for Children has a close relationship with the Sanchez-Ruballos family whose youngest son was born four months early, and whose middle child was diagnosed with leukemia soon after her little brother was able to come home.