The Art of Giving Back
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Not everyone has a robust marketing budget for creative marketing initiatives — some have very little. For those causes that strive to make a difference in the world — and their communities — Richter Studios has consistently donated services to help.
The films featured below were partially — or fully — produced through the donation of creative services by Richter Studios.
To date, we have delivered over $500,000 in creative services to a variety of organizations.
American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association (AHIHA)
In celebrating the 45th anniversary of this incredible 501(c)(3) organization, Richter Studios worked with the Chicago Blackhawks Skating and Skills Director, Kevin Delaney to create this film. We’re proud to have donated all creative services, included 3 days of filming and all post-production services. To learn more about how you can support AHIHA, please visit www.ahiha.org.
BISC Lincoln Park
Several of the films Richter Studios has created for the British International School of Chicago have won at the prestigious Cannes Festival. We proudly donated a portion of our creative services to the creation of the “Floating Gardens” film.
Stadium Of Mind
This short film was donated as part of a Kickstarter campaign to create awareness for the funding of the feature film “Stadium Of Mind”. Richter Studios donated 2 days of filming in Wausau, Wisconsin and all post-production services.
Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center (ZCenter)
“Circle of Support”
The mission of the ZCenter is to provide a place where survivors of sexual assault and abuse can heal, and to mobilize the community toward action to end sexual violence. Richter Studios was proud to donate a portion of our creative services toward this cause. To learn more about you can support ZCenter, please visit www.zcenter.org.
(Rated “G”, 124 Minutes)
Written and directed by Jeremy Richter, this award-winning documentary film tells a powerful, 150-year story about the spirit of community and how it shaped Lake Forest, Illinois. Rated “G” by the MPAA and narrated by TV legend Bill Kurtis, the film featured Apollo astronaut Jim Lovell, Iwo Jima Veteran Greeley Wells, Olympic Gold Medalist Matt Grevers, and many more. Richter Studios was credited as a Lead Sponsor in the creation the film.
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The Brightest Kid is an educational program that affirms the work of students one achievement at at time through food-based awards. Richter Studios donated all creative services to the development of this animated film. To learn more about how you can support the Brightest Kid Award program, please visit www.brightestkid.org.
“It Gets Better”
This film was created through donated creative services by Richter Studios and went on to win an Emmy Award. Our services included several filming days and all post-production.
National Runaway Safeline
“Street Team” :60 Spot
National Runaway Safeline (NRS) serves as the national communication system for runaway and homeless youth. This public service announcement (PSA) was the first-ever commercial created by Richter Studios and, amazingly, became one of the top ten most aired PSA’s in the nation that year. We donated all creative services toward the creation of the spot. To learn more about how you can support National Runaway Safeline, please visit www.1800runaway.org.
“Charity Golf Classic”
Since 2007, the Principal Charity Classic has raised nearly $20 million to help Iowa kids succeed. Richter Studios proudly donated its services to help create this film. To learn more about how you can support this annual event, please visit www.principalcharityclassic.com.
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“Richter Studios has a creative and generous spirit. Every member of their high energy team works hard to achieve cinematic excellence. The National Runaway Safeline is fortunate to have partnered with the talented Richter Studios in helping keep America’s runaway and at-risk youth safe and off the streets.”
Katy Walsh | National Runaway Safeline
UW – La Crosse
“We Are La Crosse” Football Films
Richter Studios donated full creative services to this film and several other TV commercials it created for the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. Filming occurred over 3 days and involved a compressive crew, ultra-sophisticated production equipment and capturing up to 900 frames per second for certain action sequences. CEO Jeremy Richter is an alumni of the University, and this gift to the University was valued at $250,000.
“Stadium of Dreams”