The video was presented at the Anniversary Dinner on April 11 at Jumping Brook Country Club in Neptune. Producer/Director John Kaplow brought in Beth Tancredi (BethTancredi.com) to write a script that portrayed the breadth of programs and services provided by CHFH. It included interviews with stakeholders to confirm the deep roots CFHF has planted in the community.
Heather Schulze, executive director of the organization, offered “Working with NJ Mediaworks, John and the team, made this project come to life for us at Coastal Habitat for Humanity,” said Heather Schulze, executive director of the organization. “John took our ideas of how to showcase our work and turned them into a reality with patience, hard work, experience and just the right amount of fun.We could not have been more at ease with the process or happier with the outcome.”
The video combined location shooting around Asbury Park, interviews with volunteers and CHFH Board members and staff, and visits to local social agencies that partner with CHFH. It provided a narrative that kept the audience’s focus on the achievements of the organization and the community resource they have become.