Shorty Social Good Awards

Entries for the Shorty Social Good Awards are now closed. Stay tuned for the announcement of finalists! View entries submitted below.

The Shorty Social Good Awards honor groundbreaking corporate social responsibility and sustainability campaigns that organizational and marketing teams have worked so hard to realize. While the Shorty Awards have long-honored the best of social media, this competition includes efforts made by organizations to improve sustainability and diversity internally, foster globally-minded business partnerships and increase employee community and civic engagement.

Archived from the 6th Annual Shorty Awards Government

Presidents, politicians, and political parties are always trying to find the best way to connect with people. Through Twitter, and Facebook, these politicians and representatives let their constituents know their thoughts, viewpoints and updates. Nominate your favorite for #Government.

Finalists

winner
NASA Goddard
Goddard scientists stare into the sun, grind up meteorites for signs of life's building blocks, look "back in time" into outer space, and untangle Earth's mysteries. Goddard engineers construct sensitive instruments, build telescopes that peer into deep space, and design test chambers that ensure those satellites' survival. Everything Goddard do...
finalist
Cory Booker
From Wikipedia: Cory Booker is an American politician and the junior United States Senator from New Jersey. At the time of his election to the Senate, he was the Mayor of Newark. Booker was born in Washington, D.C. and then raised in Harrington Park, New Jersey. He attended Stanford University, where he played college football and received a Bac...
finalist
David Cameron
David Cameron famously summed up what can go wrong with social media with his "Too many tweets..." comment. The UK Prime Minister is now an enthusiastic user, talking directly to people with personal and official accounts. Tweets range from breaking news to comments on his favourite sports - he's just determined there won't be too many of them...
finalist
ridwan kamil
Mochamad Ridwan Kamil, also known by his nickname Emil, is the incumbent Mayor of Bandung. He was elected as mayor of Bandung in June 2013. He is an Indonesian architect and lecturer in the Department of Architecture, Bandung Institute of Technology. Kamil founded architect firm Urbane Indonesia in 2004 with three partners.
finalist
Jesse Ventura
Not one to shy away from controversy, the former Governor of Minnesota, wrestler, actor and Navy SEAL offers his electrifying insight into the nation's most pressing problems daily on social media & also on his new show "Off The Grid" on Ora TV. No suits, no censors, no red tape. Just Jesse Ventura as we like him, bold, brazen and bare-knuckled ...
finalist
Zach Crandell
Zach is a 22-year-old Conservative born in Phoenix, Arizona and now spends his days in Mesa. He wastes his time eating burritos and spending countless hours running them off. He has always been interested in Politics. Listening to Rush Limbaugh as a toddler while his mother drove me to daycare may have kick started that a bit, he thinks! He has ...
finalist
City of Las Vegas
The city of Las Vegas was founded on May 15, 1905, is home to nearly 600,000 residents and welcomes millions of tourists annually. The City uses social media sites to engage and interact with citizens and to better inform them while improving transparency. From emergency communication during last summer’s wildfires on nearby Mt. Charleston and a...