DoGooder TV Awards: Nonprofiteers, Get Your Submissions in by 2/13

By on Tuesday, February 7, 2017

The DoGooder TV Awards honor the best work from people and organizations that are using video to create real impact for important causes. If you have made a video about your nonprofit organization or cause, this is a great opportunity to share it with the world and be recognized for your hard efforts.

There are some fun categories. There’s the Funny for Good Award and the Best Nonprofit Video Award. There’s also a brand new award category: the Fundraising for Good Award. This award will honor the best nonprofit fundraising video that successfully contains a direct call for monetary donations to support a nonprofit’s mission and programming.

Video submissions are open for all three categories through February 13, 2017. The public will then have the opportunity to view the finalists, selected by a panel of expert judges, and vote for the best video in each category from February 20 – March 20, 2017. The contest is open to both organizations and individuals.

What do you get if you win? Recognition for your work and your cause/nonprofit will feel good if you win.  The winners will be honored in a special ceremony at the 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference being held March 23-25, 2017 in Washington, DC. Your video will be showcased at the event and you get a free registration to next year’s NTC in New Orleans.

Every day organizations and causes tell stories through video that have the power to move people and transform lives. Submit your videos and get recognized for your hard work!

Ami Neiberger-Miller is a public relations strategist and writer. She is the founder of Steppingstone LLC, an independent PR practice near Washington, D.C. that provides public relations counsel, social media engagement, writing services, and creative design for publications and websites (contact to discuss your project, review our portfolio, sign up for our e-newsletter). She blogs about media relations, social media, public relations, and work-family balance. Follow her on Twitter @AmazingPRMaven

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