ChatWorthy Helps Celebrate the Women Who Changed Our Community

ChatWorthy Helps Celebrate the Women Who Changed Our Community

ChatWorthy Helps Celebrate the Women Who Changed Our Community

ChatWorthy is happy to help with video production on  Kitchen Party Theatre Festival’s promotion of their play, ‘Girls From Away’.

The festival takes place in Grand-Falls Windsor, Newfoundland August 1 – 15, 2021.

“We’re so happy to help promote this fantastic organization,” said Marty Lachance. “These women deserve to have their stories told – over and over again. We’re looking forward to when this play comes home to Hespeler. The city is going to love it.”

ChatWorthy Digital Marketing provided research and video production for their summer promotion. 

ChatWorthy and KPTF in Grand Falls-Windsor, NFLD

ChatWorthy and KPTF in Grand Falls-Windsor, NFLD

Happy to help out with Kitchen Party Theatre Festival’s promotional  materials.

The Grand Falls-Windsor company tasked ChatWorthy Digital Marketing with helping produce a series of promotional videos and podcasts for their upcoming festival. Way to go ladies! Break some legs!

Sonderlust and the Bloom Bursary

Sonderlust and the Bloom Bursary

ChatWorthy Digital Marketing is happy to help support Sonderlust with their latest initiative – The Bloom Bursary.

The organization’s unique offering will grant funding to one Canadian womxn (woman) recipient – eligible coast-to-coast. 

The Bloom Bursary is made possible by The Saol Project, a small-scale flower farm and floral design studio located  near Guelph, Ontario. The Saol Project upholds its dedication to community and collaboration by donating 30% of its annual profits to various charities and non-profit organizations in the region.

The recipient will be announced on International Women’s Day: March 8th, 2020. Good luck ladies, we’re happy to help and we can’t wait to see the results.

For more information, visit Sonderlust.

 

New ChatWorthy Website

New ChatWorthy Website

It’s always the way, the company that makes things, is alway the slowest to implement their own. 

After five years with our existing website, we decided it was time for a lighter, cleaner look. 

We’ve launched our new scaled down, SEO optimized website to the region. Thanks to our web whiz, Marty Lachance for putting this together.

ChatWorthy at Saint Luke’s Place Golf Tournament

ChatWorthy at Saint Luke’s Place Golf Tournament

On July 11, 2019, we were happy to provide media for the 1st Annual Saint Luke’s Place Golf Tournament. The event was a great success despite the 20-minute downpour. Everyone had fun while funds were raised for their Long Term Care.

Saint Luke’s Place continues to be a tremendous asset to our community. Their Long Term Care unit provides care to those who have already been great assets to their community.

We were onsite all day providing the photography… as well are moral support for those once-a-year golfers. Congrats to all involved.

You can view all photos of the day from the Saint Luke’s Place blog –> http://saintlukesplace.ca/our-1st-annual-golf-tournament-smash-success

Hespeler Historial hits the mark with locals

Hespeler Historial hits the mark with locals

Part III of the Cambridge historial series was launched March 8, 2018 to a very proud Hespeler community.

“I was a bit worried,” said Marty Lachance, creator of the series. “It would be tough to find a more proud community that is just so passionate about their local history. I was thrilled and relieved they loved it.”

Lachance spent more than seven months researching, photographing, video and droning the old town of Hespeler. The local series (Galt, Preston and Hespeler) has garnered more than 400,000 views on Facebook so far. “Impressive metrics since the local Facebook user base of Cambridge is likely a fraction of that. People are watching and re-watching or it has an appeal outside of the region,” said Lachance.

What’s next for Marty?

“You put your heart and soul in these projects. You feel like you get to know the people you are researching. I’m going to take a bit of time off and think about the next community. It may be another local project. I am seriously contemplating tackling the enormously rich history in Quebec, we’ll see,” added Lachance.