An ancient proverb says "It takes a village to raise a child" and Clara McGinnis, a community volunteer and President of C.H.A.T. certainly agrees. She invited members of the Cedar Hill community to partner with a non-profit marketing form to produce a video showing what that means in today's world. Check out the video at the link below.
The "I Am Cedar Hill" video shows how real people can improve the life of a child. It includes representatives of the school district, the police department, pastors, parents and a number of service organizations who have joined together to help kids in Cedar Hill achieve their potential.
Production of the "I Am Cedar Hill" video was under the direction of Rob Poynor, representing Reino Capital, a company that provides free marketing/advertising services for charitable organizations. All of the video creative/production/editing services were donated for this project.
The Reino Capital website says they help share the story, the mission and the good news of charitable organizations, recognizing they are hard at work struggling with generating awareness and interest in their programs.
McGinnis said "Rob and the Reino professionals have been a God-send for C.H.A.T. Their creativity and skills will spread the message of our organization so much better than we've been able to do." She added that "the incredible support of our community leadership and service organizations helped make this a reality".
Cedar Hill Action Team is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, formed by service-hearted citizens of Cedar Hill, Texas and its surrounding communities.
C.H.A.T is committed to determining and providing for the needs of the citizens of Cedar Hill by partnering with the city, police department, school district, local, state, and national service organizations to help strengthen families, and impact young lives by fostering growth, creating leaders, and empowering lives.
More about C.H.A.T. is available on their website at www.cedarhillactionteam.org.