Did your nonprofit produce a video in 2009? The DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards is looking for the best nonprofit videos of the year, with a chance for great public exposure, $2500 for your organization, and other great prizes. Submissions are open until March 19, 2010 — there's no fee to enter — so get in on this contest if you can!
The contest will award a total of $10,000 in grants — $2500 in each
of four categories — as well as a feature spot on YouTube’s homepage and
a video screening at a special event in Washington DC, hosted by
Nomadsland.com. All finalists will receive a custom Flip HD Video
camera, and the winner in the “Small Orgs” category will also get free
registration to NTC 2011, next year’s edition of the biggest and best nonprofit technology conference
around, to be held in in Washington DC.
Nonprofits in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United
Kingdom are eligible to enter the contest, as long as your organization
is a member of YouTube for Nonprofits program. (Not a member
yet? Apply at www.youtube.com/nonprofits:
it’s free and should take you just about 10 minutes.)
Submissions will be accepted until March 19, 2010.
A panel of expert judges — including
Guy Kawasaki, Gary Vaynerchuk, Beth Kanter and other experts in
nonprofit marketing, video, and social media — will select four
finalists in each category:
- Best Small Org Video
- Best Medium Org Video
- Best Large Org Video
- Best Innovation in Video
Public voting on the finalists will open on
March 29 and end on April 7, and the winners will be announced on the
YouTube homepage and recognized at NTC 2010 on Saturday, April 10, 2010.
See the official Contest
Rules and FAQ
for more information, or visit www.youtube.com/nonprofitvideoawards
The DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards are presented by See3
Communications and YouTube, with support from the Case Foundation, Flip
Video, and the Nonprofit Technology Network.