NTC 2015: 2015 DoGooder Video Award Winners
At the day two plenary session during the Nonprofit Technology Network's 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference in Austin, Texas, the 2015 DoGooder Video Awards winners were announced. The awards, presented by YouTube, See3 and NTEN, honor some of the best videos for good out there.
Here are the winners, which were presented at the conference:
Funny for Good Award
Between Two Furnaces: Episode 1
Host Leslie Osgood-LeSleigh picks the brain and beard of the director of global strategy for Unbound, an international nonprofit.
YouTube Creator for Good Award
YouTuber Tyler Oakley is a longtime supporter of the Trevor Project, the leading national organization for crisis and suicide prevention for LGBT youth. Tyler has raised over $500,000 for the charity through various YouTube campaigns and was a recipient of the Trevor Youth Innovator Award in 2014. In September 2014, Tyler helped Michelle Obama promote her Reach Higher campaign promoting college education.
Now is the Time for More Family Court Judges in NYS
Now is the Time for More Family Court Judges in New York State New York’s most vulnerable children depend on the Family Court for some of the most important decisions about their lives such as where they will live, who will raise them, whether they are at imminent danger of harm, and how they will visit their parents and siblings. — The Fund for Modern Courts
Best Nonprofit Video Award
The Breath Before
"The Breath Before" was produced by the Cystic Fibrosis Trust as part of its charity partnership with the 2014 British Comedy Awards as a means to show both the realities of living with cystic fibrosis and how the Cystic Fibrosis Trust is aiming to beat it for good. It has become the Trust’s most successful video to date, receiving over 10,000 views in its first 24 hours.