THE 14TH ANNUAL SHORTY AWARDS

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

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From the 3rd Annual Shorty Social Good Awards Best Social Movement Campaign

This award honors the best campaigns supporting social activism movements and cultural moments. Campaigns run by brands and organizations to bring about social change for various political, social, and environmental issues are eligible.

Nominees

finalist
silver honor
#BeMyNeighbor Campaign - Because a little kindness makes a world of difference.
The "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" #BeMyNeighbor digital campaign sought out to honor Mister Rogers' l…
#EarForYou
The theme for World Suicide Prevention Day 2017 ‘Take a minute, save a life’ The solution: A 1 m…
finalist
silver honor
#GetOnTop: A Campaign to Promote Women’s Sexual Health
#GetOnTop is a multi-faceted campaign, created by sexual wellness brand Sustain Natural, aimed at g…
finalist
#GivingTuesday: One Day to Make a World of Difference
We are building the biggest philanthropic movement in history. We are a team of millions, represent…
finalist
#MoreRoleModels
Since 1959, Barbie has inspired girls to be anything. From princess to president, astronaut to zool…
#PublicInterestTech: Technology at work for the public!
Technology is transforming every area of our lives: It's changing how we connect and engage with th…
#TimesUp For Hollywood’s Gender Pay Gap
Earlier this year, Suzanne Mackie, a producer on the Netflix' hit series "The Crown," publicly let …
#WeDoGood: Building a movement for social good
As a social enterprise, B Corp, and benefit corporation, we aim to create a positive impact on soci…
#Whydon'tyou
There is no doubt that we Indians are by nature philanthropic but when it comes to Blood Donation, …
Bridging the Data Gap: Engaging New Audiences in Environmental Justice
The Sierra Club is an incredibly unique organization in the environmental conservation space, in th…
Change Starts Here Ohio
The Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board, a 12-person panel of law enforcement exp…
Fighting for Menstrual Equity on International Women’s Day, and Every Day
"Period poverty" is when menstruating women are unable to afford basic sanitary products that help …
How Brilliant Earth Is Redefining the Diamond Industry
In 2005, when Beth Gerstein was about to be engaged, she and her fiancé experienced firsthand the c…
Insta-granny
Due to the development of the mobile Internet youngsters tend to communicate less with their elderl…
finalist
gold honor
MTV's 'Enough' Anti Gun-Violence Campaign
Following the tragic shooting in Parkland, students from across the country rose up to demand chang…
Make Some Room - Unconscious Bias Workshop
More diverse teams outperform and out-innovate less diverse teams. Specifically, unconscious bias w…
My LA2050 Activation Challenge
From economic inequality to environmental degradation, every global civic challenge exists in Los A…
winner
Price on Our Lives
We created a wearable $1.05 price tag to symbolize the price politicians put on student lives by a…
RestaurantHER
Women represent only 19% of chefs, and 7% of head chefs, across the culinary world. Beyond that, wo…
SONGS OF CHANGE Campaign
Objective can be found in our video case study:
SheIS x USTA Embrace All
In 1973, the US Open became the first of the Grand Slams to offer women equal prize money with thei…
Spotlight on Hunger
MGM Resorts is dedicated to increasing its profile and reputation as a global leader in corporate s…
Valley Forge Revolutionary 5-Mile Run
The Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board (VFTCB) started the Valley Forge Revolutionary 5-Mile R…
You Click, We Give—How the Pursuit of Profit Can Advance the Good of Society
At Givewith, we believe the pursuit of profit can (and should) simultaneously improve the world aro…
“Tell The Full History” Campaign (African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund)
Over the last year our nation has been engaged in a necessary and long overdue conversation about t…