March 14, 2016

One Week Countdown Until the DoGooder Awards Winners Are Announced!

That’s right, there’s only one week left to vote for your favorite finalists in the 2016 DoGooder Awards!

In NTEN’s annual partnership with YouTube, See3, and TechSoup, the DoGooder Awards celebrate the individuals, causes, and organizations using video to advance social change. Our top picks came from hundreds of creative, heartfelt, and humorous entries—and now we need your help to decide the winners.

We’ve got a close race for Best Nonprofit Video, with The Royal Alexandria Hospital Foundation’s “The Difference Between Care and Caring” and Union of Concerned Scientist’s “Our Broken Food System” neck in neck for first place. PETA’s “Tofucken: The Vegan Turducken” is the top contender in the Funny for Good category, and feminist v-logger Marina Watanabe is leading for YouTube Creator for Good.    

A week can change everything, though! Check out the rest of the nominees and vote once per category, per day until Monday, March 21 using your Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ account.

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Bridgett Colling
Bridgett Colling, See3’s Director of Content Strategy, is a leader in using digital media strategies help nonprofits move their missions forward. As a digital consultant, she has worked with change-makers across the third coast, including Chicago Ideas Week, NPR Detroit and The New Economy Initiative. She uses her talents as a writer, editor and designer to bring powerful stories to life on the web.
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