Over 750 videos were submitted to this year’s awards, ranging fromquirky narratives about how life on another planet relates to equal rights on Earth tohonest testimonials from young dancers. A judging panel of nonprofit and video experts narrowed the field down to sixteen finalists, of which four were selected by YouTube community voting. Over 17,000 votes were cast to determine the winners. Here’s a look at all of the finalist videos:
The four winners will receive a $2500 grant from the Case Foundation to continue their work, as well as be recognized by their peers at the Nonprofit Technology Conference, the largest gathering of its kind, in Atlanta today.