The Jubilee Project released a fundraiser video in February called “Beautiful” and it was recently selected as one of 16 finalists out of 1,350 submissions for the YouTube DoGooder Non-Profit Video Awards Competition.
The winning video of each category (“Beautiful” is in the Thrifty video category with 3 other videos) will receive $2,500 and get the video featured on YouTube’s homepage. This is a great opportunity not just for The Jubilee Project but also for Becky’s Fund, the organization The Jubilee Project partnered with, to raise more awareness to tackle domestic and dating violence. The winners are chosen based on the number of votes received here and voting ends Friday 3/11 at midnight. The Jubilee Project would really love your help to vote for our video by indicating a thumbs up every day until Friday, which will determine the winners in the end. Just as importantly, please also help spread the word and announce this message to your audience.
“Beautiful” is a Valentine’s Day message dedicated to women and supports Becky’s Fund, a non-profit organization whose mission is to raise awareness and prevent dating and domestic violence. This organization was started by Becky Lee, who has fought to empower women and young girls and educate the community on domestic violence, which affects 1 in 3 women. Becky Lee was a second runner-up on Survivor: Cook Islands and used her winnings to start this organization. Learn more about them here.
Beautiful by Jubilee Project