video archives

Video ArchivesWelcome to our video archives for past films about United Way’s work for the Mid-South community.
(Click here to see our most current video.)

(2015) Our United Way information film shared how your support makes such an impact on our community, what United Way does to bring sectors together for our common good – and our changes in leadership, direction, and location! (Note: if your computer network experiences trouble with this film, it is also available on our YouTube channel .)

(2014) One of our most talked-about films in recent memory, “The following takes place in the Mid-South” shares the area’s top priorities and why United Way is the better way to make a real impact for the area. Featuring a highly-stylized approach which pays tribute to secret agent dramas, this film conveys important information in an entertaining way. (Note: if your computer network experiences trouble with this film, it is also available on our YouTube channel.)

(2014) This powerful testimonial from a United Way of the Mid-South volunteer with The Memphis Child Advocacy Center shares a story of victory over child abuse and the power of healing to bring a family together. (Note: if your computer network experiences trouble with this film, it is also available on our YouTube channel.

(2013) This United Way information video, “One day in the company breakroom…” shows a pair of coworkers with typical questions about giving to United Way getting answers in an unusual way, from some very informed youngsters. (Note: If your computer network experiences trouble with this film, it is also available on our YouTube channel.)

(2012) Our United Way information video asks you to imagine yourself facing some of the same issues thousands of people in our community face every day. Your support of United Way improves education, financial stability and health across the Mid-South area, impacting more areas of care than you might think. The video was produced by Running Pony Productions in Memphis, TN.

(2011) “You Might Think They Have Nothing In Common” is an information video which shares how United Way of the Mid-South brings people together to address the important issues of education, financial stability and health for our community. The video is narrated by Ron Childers from WMC TV Action News 5 and was produced by Running Pony Productions.

This short film produced by United Way summer intern Richard Taylor highlights some of the work of our Youth United Way Leadership Program. (Note: If your computer network experiences trouble with this film, it is also available on our YouTube channel.)