YouTube launched almost 13 years ago on February 14, 2005 and you got to give credit to the early adopter nonprofits active on YouTube in its early years. These early adopters were also embracing Myspace when the vast majority of nonprofits hadn’t yet had their aha moment about social media. Today, approximately 72% of internet traffic is video and one billion hours of that video is watched daily on YouTube. The videos below are a snapshot of the history of nonprofits using video. You can also explore the winners of the DoGooder Video Awards back to 2010.


2017
The War on Drugs: From Prohibition to Gold Rush
Drug Policy Alliance

2016
Still Most Shocking Second a Day
Save the Children


[Follow-up to: Most Shocking Second a Day]

2015
The Chokeables Advert
St John Ambulance

2014
LEGO: Everything is NOT awesome.
Greenpeace International

2013
Imagine a World Without Hate
Anti-Defamation League

2012
Follow the Frog
Rainforest Alliance

2011
It’s Time | Marriage Equality
GetUp! Australia

2010
The Things They Said…
Survival International

2009
World Hunger: A Billion for a Billion
World Food Programme

2008
Hollywood Declares Themselves
Our Time

2007
The world has changed. You can too.
World Wildlife Fund Canada

2006
Global Night Commute: I Got Soul
Invisible Children

2005
Hey Detroit
Natural Resources Defense Council


Available in العَرَبِيَّة, English, français, Português, and español, the 2017 Global NGO Technology Survey seeks to gain a better understanding of how NGOs and NPOs worldwide use technology to engage their supporters and donors.

If you work at a NGO, nonprofit, or charity, please volunteer 4-7 minutes of your time to take the survey. The findings will be published January 29, 2018 in the third edition of the Global NGO Technology Report. Thank you!

 

13 of the Best Nonprofit Videos from the Last 13 Years