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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.

  • 30 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


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


Same Cafe + The Lion Project
Video / Non-profit
The Lion Project Promo Video
Nativity School Gala
Sox Place
Non-profit / Video
Feeling of Madness – Ben Marshal
Video / Music Video
Falling Rock Tap House + Great American Beer Festival

  • 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.


Want to get more exposure for your latest video creation beyond your own following on Twitter? Then the best way to do it is using Twitter Advertising. Twitter now has targeting options that you can use for promoted tweets that can help you get your video out to your ideal audience. Here’s how to configure yours to get maximum video visibility. Why would you pay to promote videos on Twitter? Beyond simply providing more exposure for your new video, promoted tweets that contain media are also more eye-catching and prominent than an unpaid post. Check out this result when we search under the hashtag “diy”: This is a simple tweet without media content:


This post shares a YouTube video:

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It’s clear that adding media to a tweet can take up more space in a Twitter feed and more easily grab someone’s attention, allowing you to create a higher conversion rate with your potential customers.

Now, we will show you how to create a promoted tweet. We break it down into three easy steps:

1. Create the tweet you want to promote

Write a 140-character tweet that encourages people to watch your video. (The link to the video is included in the 140-character count, so make it short and sweet).

2. Set  up your Promoted Tweets Campaign

Once you have decided what you want to post, it’s time to set up your campaign. To do this, go to your Twitter ads dashboard. You may need to start at the Start Advertising page. Next, you need to give your campaign a name, select your audience, select the tweet you want to promote, and set a budget for your campaign. For more details on this process, click here.

3. Measure the results

You should always be sure to analyze the results of a paid ad campaign to see if it was effective. You can measure your campaign results by using the analytics provided by Twitter or by visiting YouTube to see the source of traffic that the most views were coming from.

Have you tried promoting your tweets before? How did it go? Let us know in the comments section below.

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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