We're big fans of the video work Mark Horvath has done with Invisible People, his site dedicated to giving homelessness a name. This is storytelling at its finest, allowing constituents to speak for themselves -- not just to raise funds, but to raise consciousness.
And there's no reason your organization can't use video effectively, too. (If you already are, tell us about it in comment, below!) The recent DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards showed that great videos can be made even on a tight budget. Our upcoming webinar, "You and Your YouTube Channel" will help you get started.
During this webinar, you'll learn:
- How to set up and customize a YouTube channel for your nonprofit
- How to produce basic, but compelling and professional videos for your nonprofit
- Develop a web video strategy that works for your organization
Not surprisingly, my personal favorite from the Nonprofit Video Awards is "Passover Moses".