Virtual & Live Events Made Possible
By Inspired Media 360
IM360 specializes in producing virtual shows, fundraisers, hybrid and live events. Live stream and film your next event to increase your audience reach and capture key moments to live on into the future.
This annual Ball brings support for the work done by the Phoenix Indian Center. In October of 2020, the organization took their event virtual and received rave reviews. The theme for this show was Celebrating the Art of Native American Fashion.
CASS aims to prevent and end homelessness among individuals and families in Arizona while advancing compassionate community solutions. The Dinner For Dignity program reached thousands of people in the Valley and across the country to help CASS advance its mission.
Viewers grabbed their passports for the first annual virtual fundraising event, Oh the Places You’ll Go! IM360 worked with the Smiles and Beyond Event Chair, Beth Wiand of Wiand Dental Lab, and the Smiles team to customize a fun and exciting virtual experience.
United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona’s first fully virtual event was a smashing success. Airing during the lunch hour, families, community, and sponsors joined together to hear inspiring stories and learn how ongoing contributions make it possible to advance the mission.
Every year Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding puts on an incredible Polo Tournament to raise money for their life-changing programs. But in 2020, Executive Director Tori Plennes found herself in a tough spot. Like so many organizations, COVID had forced their annual tournament to be postponed.
Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona, Stearns Bank, Cullum Homes and hundreds of others joined host Carey Pena, and special guests Larry Fitzgerald and Hall of Famer Kurt Warner for a virtual fundraising night that raised $270,000 for the organization in June 2020.
Going virtual meant Valleywise Health Foundation’s Night of Heroes generated more money at less cost, and in the process, it multiplied its audience. The entire April 23, 2020 fundraiser was live-streamed so viewers around the world— literally, 10 countries—could bid and contribute to the public teaching health system.