Cocktails for a Cause receives free overview video

Digital Bard creates animated video for Frederick non-profit

Cocktails for a Cause assists the fundraising efforts of area non-profits by (1) promoting awareness of the organizations that serve women and children and (2) hosting social events to procure monetary and product contributions for the partnering organizations. Events are hosted in the Frederick, MD area, and benefit social causes in Frederick County.

This overview video was created as part of the AAF-Frederick chapter‘s community service efforts. All services were donated to the charity.


Our very own Meghan Boehman created a new logo for “Cocktails,” designed, illustrated and animated the video. Amanda Haddaway, co-founder, provided the voice-over.

Do you have a local charity that you think is worthy of a creative make-over? Let us know, and we can help you get considered for the next AAF-Frederick Creative Blitz.

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