THE 14TH ANNUAL SHORTY AWARDS

The Shorty Awards honor the best of social media and digital. View this season's finalists!

From the 3rd Annual Shorty Social Good Awards Best Non-Government Organization

This award honors efforts of non-government organizations to make the world a better place.

See previous winners and honorees here.

Nominees

finalist
gold honor
#AskFirst
We created the #AskFirst campaign because we wanted to raise awareness about "Revenge Porn" (privat…
finalist
#PowerlessQueen
Chess was invented in India in the 6th Century with Queen being the most powerful piece on the boar…
#excuseme
Following another mass school shooting, students organized The National School Walkout to demand …
AARP Bold Ladies
AARP believes that no one's possibilities should ever be limited by their age. Every day, we fight …
finalist
Business or Exploitation?
truth® is America's longest running and most successful national youth smoking prevention campaign,…
Embrace Love
As Christians, we embrace love and affirm all persons as equally valuable in the sight of God and t…
Helping Nonprofits Align to the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development
As a global NGO that prepares more than 10 million young people each year for employment and entrep…
finalist
MusEffect, 501c3 Igniting Social Conversations through Dance and Film
MusEffect is a fresh departure from the approach of your traditional dance concert company.This Los…
finalist
Price on Our Lives
We created a wearable $1.05 price tag to symbolize the price politicians put on student lives by a…
winner
Pure Imagination Project
An unfortunate truth is that many believe Alzheimer's is just memory loss when, in fact, it's a fa…
Red Wednesday: Shining a Light on the Injustice of Persecution
As a call to stand up for religious freedom, the Parish of Calvary-St. George's in New York City li…
Tournament of Tails Shelter Pet Challenge
Shelters, rescues and humane societies give their all to save homeless pets, and Petplan's Tourname…
Water Safety New Zealand - Swim Reaper
New Zealand has the 10th highest drowning toll per capita in the OECD. On average, 107 people die i…