I challenge you to find one person who doesn’t love watching videos. And what’s better than videos? Entertaining, inspiring videos about making the world a better place.
That’s just what the 2014 DoGooder Video Awards is asking for: Your submissions of the best videos highlighting the impact being made by nonprofit organizations. The Awards are presented by See3 Communications, YouTube, the Nonprofit Technology Network, The National Youth Media Network and National Alliance for Media and Culture, and sponsored by Cisco.
You can click here to learn more about contest rules and the guidelines, but some of the great prizes include a $3,000 cash prize from Nickelodeon, two festival passes for 2014 AFI DOCS film festival, and free registration to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference.
You can submit your videos until February 15th via the contest website in the following categories:
- The ImpactX Award: honoring those videos that have demonstrated impact for their causes.
- The Best Nonprofit Video Award: honoring nonprofit organizations using video to make change.
- The Funny for Good Award: Recognizing effective use of comedy to make people laugh and take action.
- The Most Inspiring Youth Media Award: For youth who best communicated their thoughts on pressing social issues in a way that inspired others.
Members of the YouTube community will have the opportunity to vote for the best among the finalists from February 28th through March 10th.
Exciting stuff! And you know what’s great about nonprofit videos? They are a great way to engage talented and creative skilled volunteers!
Check out the 2014 DoGooder Video Awards, and if you submit an entry, share it with us below!