Each person has their own journey to walk, which in ages past they may have shared with others around a campfire. The challenge today is to use the interactive media tools available, along with the creativity of a diverse team of artists, to share impactful stories to an engaged audience; without losing the authentic connections made around a campfire. Pravasana is dedicated to helping non-profit organizations to rise to this challenge in the era of modern storytelling.
We are in search of projects that have sustainability at their core. We want the stories we tell to be lasting and to encourage change that is independent of the normal non-profit fundraising models.
Start A Dialogue
Each project faces its own set of challenges and obstacles. Your audience doesn’t understand your needs and neither do we. Therefore, we want to start a dialogue so we can understand what your needs might be, how we can fill in any gaps in your current efforts and maximize impact.
Tell A Story...
…in a creative and impactful way. We strive to create media and resources that are not only beautiful but educational to your audience.
Work With Us
As dedicated as you are to your mission, we are as dedicated to telling your story in an engaging and impactful way. We believe that change is fostered when people connect with one another on a deep walk-in-your-shoes level. Our films and interactive media are designed to give people this connection to your project and the people that your project serves.
Ready to tell your story? Contact us and tell us about your project!
Got some talent or knowledge to share? Maybe just some time and a willing attitude? Or perhaps you have some connections that could be useful in supporting our mission. We’d love to have you join our team! Just send us a message with the subject “volunteer” on our Contact page, and tell us a little about what you do, what inspires you, and how you’d like to volunteer with us!
“The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell you how to think, but to give you questions to think upon.”
― Brandon Sanderson,