Campaign Communications- Launch, "Thank You" and Module Films

We collaborate with our clients to help them say “we need your support”, “thank you”, or “let’s celebrate” through a medium unsurpassed in its emotional impact. With our process and understanding of strategy, we can help you exceed your fundraising and development goals.
Our human-first approach helps organizations and leaders mobilize their tribes.
✦ We have experience translating our clients’ tactical, immediate needs into a powerful, intelligent, motivating strategy.
✦ We craft this strategy into a human truths and a human story.
✦ We use our experience and superior artistry and craftsmanship to create a film that creates human connections, both rationally and emotionally.
✦ This is why our films have the power to mobilize and get results.
To connect with Tribe and see how we can mobilize for you, contact: Jon Huberth 845.782.7224 (

  1. Agnes Scott College - Greatness Before Us [FINAL LINK]

    This capital campaign film shows the experiences of alumnae and how those experiences reflect the hopes and dreams of current students. Told through interviews and archival footage, the film supports the college's campaign by telling the story of Agnes Scott’s proud heritage, vibrant present, and vital future.

    The film won a CINE Golden Eagle, a Gold Aurora Award, and an Award of Excellence from the Communicator Awards.

  2. Reed College - Centennial Campaign-Thank You (job5082) [FINAL LINK]

    Students, faculty and administration thank the donors of the Centennial Campaign, primarily alumni, by showing the direct impact their generosity has on the Reed Community. The film's intent is to spur alumni to take ownership in the future of the college, to show that their actions have an impact, to visually transport alumni to the campus, and to show how the campus and curriculum continue to transform.

    The film won Bronze at the 34th Annual Telly Award in 2013.

  3. Washington University in St. Louis - Together We Heal: Alzheimer's Research [FINAL LINK]

    This video is just one part of a series in support of their $2.2 billion capital campaign that raises funds for endowments and construction.

    The main campaign film produced by Tribe won "Platinum Best of Show" at the 2012 Aurora Awards.

    This module features Dr. John Morris’ who is leading efforts to develop truly effective therapeutic and preventive strategies for older adults with dementia.