Support BAVC!


When you give to BAVC, you're supporting a community: individuals with stories to tell, those who want to learn ways to create media, and women and men of all ages who are discovering new opportunities for themselves.

Below are profiles of the creative and enterprising individuals who have come through BAVC's doors. Their projects, movies, songs, videos and more not only speak to their personal journeys, but encapsulate what makes BAVC such a unique community resource. This is what #MadeAtBAVC is all about. Thank you for supporting our work.

Documentary filmmaker and 2012 MediaMaker Fellow Nyna talks about how the support she received from BAVC's filmmaking community helped her take her project, Petals in the Dust: The Endangered Indian Girls, to the next level.

Video producer and editor Jethro discusses how earning a motion graphics certificate through BAVC's TechSF program gave him the skills and the confidence to make a career change.

Armed services veteran David discusses how honing his digital storytelling skills at BAVC helped him express himself and reflect on his post-military life.

Hip Hop musician and recording artist Day-Day discusses My Introduction, the autobiograhical album she created while participating in BUMP Records, BAVC's audio engineering program for young people.

Support us year-round by becoming a Friend of BAVC! Your monthly recurring donation of $10 or more will help us sustain our programs.

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Other ways to support BAVC include giving securities via a stock transfer contribution, or by purchasing something from BAVC's Amazon Wishlist, or by making your purchases through BAVC's AmazonSmile account.