THE 14TH ANNUAL SHORTY AWARDS

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

Special Project

Special Project NEW!

From the 3rd Annual Shorty Social Good Awards Best in Youth & Family

This award honors a program, project, or initiative that advances the safety, health and well-being of children and their families. This can include protecting at-risk youth and providing the civil, legal, educational, and institutional support that they need to lead positive, productive lives.

Nominees

"If You Mentor Me..."
MENTOR believes in youth speaking for themselves. "If You Mentor Me…" is a compelling reminder of t…
"Standing Ovation"
To support the release of their film WONDER, Lionsgate partnered to with SoulPancake to create a ca…
winner
Breaking the silence on child sexual abuse
Our Better World is a digital storytelling platform, an initiative of the Singapore International F…
Brita Filter for the Future
While students across the country are being put through the paces on fundamentals like reading, wri…
Discover the Forest
A ten-year partnership between the U.S. Forest Service and the Ad Council, the Discover the Forest …
finalist
gold honor
Feeding America - Summer Hunger
1 in every 6 children in America is food insecure – leading to developmental impairments and affec…
Feeling Sad
Our objective on Feeling Sad was to help children in the process of cancer treatment understand and…
finalist
HRC Mobilizes to Protect Youth from the Dangerous Practice of So-Called “Conversion Therapy”
In 2018, HRC implemented a new, unprecedented effort to protect LGBTQ youth from the dangerous and …
finalist
Life's Good: Experience Happiness
More than half of American teens are stressed and many don't know how to handle it. When school is …
M&M'S Red Nose Day 2018
For the fourth year in a row, M&M'S partnered with Red Nose Day to help America come together to ra…
finalist
Price on Our Lives
We created a wearable $1.05 price tag to symbolize the price politicians put on student lives by a…
finalist
US Open Art Courts x Chase
5 cities. 5 artists. 5 NJTLs. 50 years.From Arthur Ashe to Venus and Serena Williams, public courts…
Zathu: Enabling Malawi’s youth to forge a better future for Malawi