Volunteer Centres Ireland is delighted to partner with The Wheel’s Better Together Campaign. Find out below how you can win €3,000 for your organisation by showcasing the great work that your organisation does.
Better Together: Show the World What Your Organisation Does and You Could Win €3,000 for Your Cause!
Show the world what great work your group or club is doing by creating a short video clip and uploading your masterpiece to www.bettertogether.ie
Upload your video clip by 15 November (5pm) and you’ll stand a chance to win one of three €3,000 cash prizes for your organisation. What’s more, by posting your video, you will also help to raise the public profile of your organisation and attract new supporters, donors or volunteers!
Your video should be no longer than two minutes, and should communicate what your organisation does, why you think it is better to work together and how the public can support your work.
You don’t need a fancy video camera or any special skills to create your own video. Most digital cameras and smart phones can record video clips, and you can easily edit your masterpiece with free software that is already installed on your computer. Download our free online video guide to get started.
Do you already have a clip on Youtube? You can submit that too.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to raise awareness of your work, build public support and win €3,000 for your organisation!
Better Together! is a national campaign to promote voluntary and community activity by giving charities, clubs and association an opportunity to showcase their work to the public.
The Wheel is directing the Better Together! campaign. It is brought to you by EBS and is supported by Today FM, The Irish Examiner, Intel and Total Fundraising. The following organisations are partners of the campaign: Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, Barretstown, Business in the Community, Clann Credo, Cope Galway, the Disability Federation of Ireland, Dóchas, Focus Ireland, ICTR, Irish Hospice Foundation, Irish Rural Link, ISPCA, ISPCC, Macra Na Feirme, Mental Health Ireland, National Youth Council of Ireland, The Alzheimer Society, The Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups and Volunteer Centres Ireland.