- Social Media
- Active Citizenship
- Good Giving
- Corporate Responsibility
- Be Fearless
Here at the Case Foundation, we’ve long believed in the power of video and how it has changed the way we communicate, learn and network with everyone around us. Whether through our sponsorship of the DoGooder Awards celebrating the best in nonprofit video, bringing our audiences free live Q&A sessions with social media experts, or providing behind the scenes access to events like our Promoting Innovation Summit – we’ve been experimenting with video to tell stories, serve as a teaching tool and provide additional transparency.
With the relaunch of CaseSoup, we’re reaffirming our commitment to leverage video to report on the things that matter to our audience – whether it be field reporting on progress made by our grantees, creating series around key topics or reporting from industry conferences. CaseSoup programming will include:
- Tutorials – from QR codes to location-based technology to sprucing up your Twitter profile, we’ll provide a series of instructional videos on the latest tools and technologies, as part of our commitment to continuing to help the nonprofit sector innovate in using new social technologies for good.
- Livestream – from TED to co-hosted events with the White House, we’ll bring a variety of livestreamed sessions that give the public access to leaders at exclusive events.
- On Location – regular “from the field” on-site reporting on our grantees (like this report from Erich Broksas with Water for People in Honduras), as well as reporting from key events like SXSW Interactive, the Nonprofit Technology Conference and others.
- Interviews – personal stories and one-on-one interviews with the people who inspire us.
We’re particularly excited about our next “Livestream” series, starting today from the TED Conference. Together with our friends at the TED Fellows program and the Kauffman Foundation, we’ll be co-hosting “Innovation + Entrepreneurship with the TED Fellows” featuring live Q&A with a select group of these amazing Fellows from Tuesday, March 1st through Thursday, March 3rd at 10:30am PT/1:30pm ET. Anyone can submit their questions via Twitter by using the hashtag #TEDFellow, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our Facebook page. A schedule of the interviews and profiles of the fellows that will be featured are here.
In addition to CaseSoup, our video hub will also feature a variety of curated content from around the web on the topics we care about, including social media for social good, philanthropy & giving, innovation & entrepreneurship and civic engagement.
I hope you’ll check out our new hub and CaseSoup content, and let us know what you think. And please stay tuned for much more great content to come in the weeks and months ahead!