We love storytelling. Our hope is to establish a new common through amplifying your voice and empowering your organization to share its story of impact. From brief interviews to short films to documentaries, we can adapt to your needs and work within your budget. Check out some of our impact below!
We Refuse To Be EnemiesDaoud Nassar is a Palestinian Christian who lives under constant threat of land confiscation by the Israeli government and harassment from surrounding Israeli settlers.
We travelled to his small family farm, Tent of Nations, just outside of Bethlehem, West Bank to capture his story of faith, hope, and love.
Celebrating Our PartnersWe are kicking off our Glocal Gift for 2022 that raises money for The New Common here locally in Toronto and across the world.
This video highlights a sampling of the organizations and people we are partnering with in order to help others discover who they are, why they are here, and how they can make a difference.
Crafting a Business IdeaSo how do you get from where you are today to a thriving organization, a growing business, a viral blog, or a company that makes a difference? It all starts with an idea. Uncovering and crafting a good idea is actually the hardest part! So today, we ‘re going to give you some principles to help you discover an idea that can change the trajectory of your life.
Freedom CityMichael Gomes, founder and director of Freedom City, shares how they are engaging society in the St. James Town community.
The New Common partners with other organizations in the city to help push forward their mandate in a variety of ways such as people, financial, and creative resources.
Stories from The New Common food bankWatch this video of Jamie Nguyen sharing 3 exciting stories from her experience volunteering at our food bank.
Kevin's StoryKevin, a lifelong resident of Lawrence Heights in Toronto, shares his journey of fear and faith while growing up in an environment known for gangs and violence.
Kevin's story is a marker to celebrate the multiplication of The New Common into the Lawrence Heights community. What originally started in St. James Town, has evolved into a methodology of engaging society for the common good across the GTA.