YouTube and See3, a video communications company, are looking for some of the best examples of videos created by nonprofits—especially those videos made on the cheap—for the fifth annual DoGooder Video Awards.
The Case Foundation will give $2,500 grants to the winners of the four categories, which include videos made by large, medium, and small nonprofits, as well as a category just for videos made by any nonprofit using a budget of under $500. Winners will also have their video featured on the YouTube homepage and will receive Flip Video camcorder equipment and free registration to the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference.
The last day to enter is March 2, and only videos created in 2010 are eligible in the large, medium, and small nonprofit video categories. Low-cost videos are eligible if they were made in 2010 or 2011, to encourage more nonprofits to make simple videos. Any nonprofit that enters must also be a member of YouTube’s nonprofit network.