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We are a Denver-based group of film-makers, bridging the gap between the hundreds of non-profits who are  serving others, and the hundreds of business owners who are looking for a way to be a part of a sustainable solution for real change in their community. // We are The Lion Project. // We effectively share life-changing stories through educational films, to inspire young professionals to live for something greater than themselves. // We are a voice for the silent heroes. // We ask that successful businesses and budding creatives partner with us in our effort to be this voice. When we work together, we have the power to positively change the way people see the world in which we live.



The mission of the Lion Project is to connect the budding talent of trained creatives, the financial resources of successful businesses, and the beautiful causes of Denver non-profits. We need you to join the team though. Click the appropriate link below to learn more about how you can get involved.


  • 42 Financial Partners
  • Commit To $300 Per Month
  • Partner For Three Months
  • Pour Into The Local Community
  • Inspired By 1 Cause
  • Invested In 1 Project
  • Find A Non-Profit With A Tangible Need
  • Bring In Resources From Business Partners
  • Bring In Artistic Talent From Creative Partners
  • Film And Edit Educational Documentary
  • Resulting In 1 Project
  • Telling The Story Of 1 Cause
  • 6 Creative Partners
  • Collaborate On Project Overview
  • Set Team Work Back Schedule
  • Use Creative Experience
  • Inspired By 1 Cause
  • Invest In 1 Project

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Executive Director
Creative Director
Content Manager
Brand Manager
Michael Ring
Web Developer


Mission Wear
Video / Non-profit
Hope House of Colorado
Video / Non-profit
Joshua Station
Video / Non-profit
Denver Dream Center
Non-profit / Video
Falling Rock Tap House | Great American Beer Festival
Street’s Hope + The Lion Project
Video / Non-profit

  • Our biggest barrier is that there are still too many folks who don’t even know even know we exist. We really want to get that message out that ‘We’re here!’ We want to jump up and down and scream to the heavens and let everyone know. You guys help with that!

    Libby of Same Cafe
  • I love having more help, more professional videos, to show the lives of the people we’re working alongside here. Thanks for filling that need!

    Stephanie of Mile High Ministries
  • It’s one thing to tell a story. I can do that! But when I have a video there, where the people we are helping are actually telling their own stories, it’s an amazing tool that can be used.

    Sox of Sox Place
  • Like other non-profit organizations, we don’t have a huge budget when it comes to media development, web development, technology, and to really get out the Girls Inc. message, we have to tell a story. And the best for us to tell a story is to show the girls here telling their own testimonies. The Lion Project has provided us with really powerful tools.

    Sonya of Girls Inc.


Today, more and more companies are making a conscious effort to invest in socially responsible practices that benefit the environment and society, cut costs, and increase brand awareness and profits. They are aware of the benefits to their brand’s reputation and goodwill, but they are also learning that consumers are becoming even more welcoming to the idea, even if they have to spend more at the checkout counter as a result.


Findings from a Nielsen survey of more than 28,000 online respondents from 56 countries around the world state that 66% of consumers say they prefer to buy products and services from companies that have implemented programs to give back to society. They also prefer to work for these companies (62%), and invest in these companies (59%). 46% of these consumers are socially conscious consumers, explaining that they are willing to pay extra for products and services from these socially responsible companies.

These numbers are growing not only in the US, but globally as well. According to a recent Nielsen global survey, consumer sentiment toward socially responsible companies is growing. In the year-and-a-half since Nielsen published its “Global, Socially Conscious Consumer” report, the percentage of global consumers willing to reward companies that give back to society grew by 5 percent—increasing from 45 percent to 50 percent.


It is important for organizations to identify their markets and determine which sustainable practices they should pursue in order to maximize the effectiveness of cause marketing efforts. Some consumer markets are not as concerned with sustainable practices as others, so it pays to do the research. In the long run, cause marketing is clearly a smart business choice for any organization looking to make a positive impact on the environment, society, and their bottom line.


Join Our Team

Whether you are a creative, business person, or a nonprofit, we would love for you to be involved in our next project. // Email us at info@thelionproject.org or call at (720) 663-8222.


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