Hi Craig. Best wishes for the alleviation of your suffering-- physical, emotional, with your worries and fears for your family, and with facing your mortality. If you were hit by a bus, or had an aneurysm that killed you instantly, you wouldn't have time to sit back, think and worry about all these things. Cancer leaves time for these things to cause distress. Unfortunately, many people here on this website, at the cancer center where my father receives treatment, and my own family, also have similar worries and concerns about resources. My dad worries about the money thing. I wish I had a better answer for everyone. If you have specific needs, it's one thing. But if you have existing bills, what I tell my dad and myself is that it's only money. No one can come take what you don't have. We'll figure it out one day at a time, and there's no point in worrying about it. There are enough other things to deal with. He has been fighting two different cancers for 2 or 3 years, not including skin cancer he had earlier which was very easy to handle, as well as other existing chronic health issues.
For end-of-life expenses, when you're ready for it, Hospice can be a great help with end-of-life issues for you and your family, before during and after death. At some point down the road, that's probably where we're headed too.
For your video, maybe try looking up the top 10 internet searches, most-viewed videos, most-viewed news headlines, viral videos, and incorporate that into your message-- as well as the title of your video. Maybe you'll get more eyeballs onto a creative video.