See3 Communications and YouTube are now accepting submissions for their 8th annual DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards. The awards celebrate some of the best work done by charities which have used video to create an impact and tell stories of the good they are doing in the world.
Last year, the DoGooder Awards had nearly 800 entries from over 300 participants. Viewers cast thousands of votes, and nonprofit participants saw a surge of views on YouTube.
Cisco will contribute a cash prize to the winner of the Best Nonprofit Video, and all winners will be featured on YouTube’s Spotlight channel following the awards. Winners will also receive free registration for the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference, and additional prizes from the National Alliance for Media and Culture.
Entries close on February 15th.
Charities believe corporate fundraising is a key growth area. But recent research by the IoF has revealed that just 7% of charities with a corporate fundraising programme feel that it is “fully developed”. With this in mind, Virgin Money Giving is hosting a series of free live events between 5th and 7th October to help charities grow their corporate fundraising.
Awards celebrate the role film and video content is playing in many charities' marketing mix
Awards recognise individuals’ social media presence and the work done on behalf of their charities
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