DoGooder Video Awards: $10K In Prizes

February 12, 2011

6:52 pm

It’s time for the 5th Annual DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards brought to us by See3 communications and YouTube. Anyone who made a video for their nonprofit organization in 2010 is eligible to enter. The prizes include four $2500 grants provided by the Case Foundation, video cameras from Flip Video, free registration to next year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference provided by NTEN and more. For small nonprofits with extra lean budgets for media like video, there is a new category for the best “thrifty” videos produced for under $500.

Get your submission in before March 2nd, 2011. Judges will select finalists and then post them on March 7th for public voting. The winning videos will be announced at this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference hosted by NTEN and featured on YouTube’s homepage in March. Not bad  – it may earn your nonprofit some new patrons.

Last year’s winners included:

  • “Darius Goes West—A DVD in EVERY SCHOOL!” by Darius Goes West (Best Small Organization Video category)
  • “’I am The Wooden Floor’ Saint Joseph Ballet Changes its Name to The Wooden Floor” by The Wooden Floor (Best Medium Organization Video category)
  • “Canadian Cancer Society – Join the Fight” by Canadian Cancer Society (Best Large Organization Video category)
  • “What Kind of Planet Are We On?” by Rock for Equality (Best Innovation in Video category)

Check out the video and then watch Pimp My Wheelchair – last year’s winner in the Best Small Org Video category.

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Jen Consalvo is the Cofounder and COO of Tech.Co. She previously worked in product development for almost 13 years at AOL for audiences of millions. Follow her on Twitter at: @noreaster.

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