To reach more audience for his nonprofit-driven campaigns, Jon Urbana has been creating and uploading several videos to various online sites promoting on Facebook what he believes in. For instance, he had two videos uploaded online on his Vimeo channel calling on well-wishers to send in their donations that would go towards animal protection. In these videos, he is also directing viewers to the Crowdrise pages where they could drop their contributions. The videos give a total glimpse of the entire fundraiser and even point out who will be the beneficiaries of the donations as well as what use the funds will be put into, building donors trust through transparency.
However, his videos aren’t only focused on contributions and charitable works; Jon is also interested in nature. He has several videos highlighting the beauty of Mother Nature. These concentrate on offering a glimpse of some of the extraordinary life forms supported by the environment or just some of the world’s most interesting features both natural and unnatural. Some of the most epic among these videos include one featuring a moose feeding on twigs on the green lands of Alaska. There is also another video that was first found on Urbana’s Tumblr presenting the viewer with an aerial view of the Great Wall of China as well as some exotic life forms of both birds and reptiles.
There have also been other videos about him from different individuals that believe in his course. These are either full of praises of what he is doing or just compliments of his work calling on more people to join in the course. One such video is a short sneak peek into his life, career, and philanthropy done by Walsh W. and posted on his Vimeo page. In this particular video, Welsh talks about Jon’s career as well as his role at the annual Next-Level Lacrosse camp in Colorado.