The Jubilee Project joined YouTube on January 30, 2010. In only two years, the team has gained over 25,000 subscribers and more than 3,900,000 total views.
One of their most popular videos, "Love Language," captured over 1,800,000 views on YouTube. Although the plot of the video is the typical ‘boy meets girl' love story, it is different in the sense that it conveys a powerful message. The video was created to raise awareness for the American Society for Deaf Children, a non-profit organization that supports and educates families of deaf and auditorily impaired children. When it comes to making videos for these causes, The Jubilee Project seeks sponsors who are willing to pledge a certain amount of money for every view. Any donation counts because their main goal is to raise awareness and to get others involved. As a result of collecting one penny for each view "Love Language" received in the first month, The Jubilee Project successfully raised over $2,500, and all proceeds were given to support the cause. This amount adds to the $30,000 that the team has raised to date.
Aside from "Love Language" The Jubilee Project has also made many other inspiring videos dedicated to supporting different causes. Though they all have their favorites, the JP Boys agree that "Dear Daniel" stands out the most to them, for it was their first time producing something that was longer than their usual five minutes. "Dear Daniel" was premiered during their college tour at the end of October 2011 and is a coming-of-age story about a college student trying to achieve his dream against all odds. It will be released onto YouTube the summer of 2012.
Through filming Eric, Jason, and Eddie were able to collaborate with many organizations, sportsmen, YouTube stars, and even ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things. So far, The Jubilee Project has uploaded over sixty videos onto their channel and has helped over fifteen different organizations. They continue to strive for their vision and make videos for a good cause!