Get grants from foundations and the govt. w/ IPF Fiscal Sponsorship

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by llieb, Apr 17, 2008.

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    llieb Guest

    Hey guys, we are the Independent Production Fund, an NYC-based non-
    profit documentary production company with 20 years of experience in
    cable and public television. Our mission is to get good documentaries
    made; films that people need to see and that will make a difference.

    For this reason and because we know that many people on this board are
    working on great projects that are struggling for funding we would
    like to invite you to apply to our expanding Fiscal Sponsorship
    program. This will give you access to foundation grants and government
    funding that is unavailable to individuals and for profit production
    companies. I would like to emphasize we are not a school or a
    membership association but a professional production company with a
    dedicated, experienced staff that understands every step of acquiring
    public funds because we use them in our own projects.

    Now, some of you may be experienced filmmakers who are just looking
    for a like-minded organization to act as a conduit for your funds and
    we can accommodate that. However if you are not as experienced with
    public sector fundraising we can help you every step of the way with a
    full range of services like fundraising (and production) consultation,
    financial management, online credit card donation processing and
    discounted rentals (including equipment, Avid suites and meeting

    Take a look at to see the
    depth and breadth of the programs we have produced and the kinds of
    services we can offer your production.

    Here is a copy of our press release:

    Thanks for taking the time to read this and we look forward to working
    with you on your next project.

    Joseph Schroeder
    Fiscal Sponsorship Coordinator
    The Independent Production Fund
    llieb, Apr 17, 2008
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