MOVE to GIVE Video Challenge
Madeline Rhodes is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree at NYU and has worked professionally in TV and theater for five years. In addition to her entertainment endeavors, Madeline is an active participator in international child welfare efforts. Nectar News recently published an article written by Adam- Ben David about Madeline’s trip to Uganda, and although she is back in the states she is continuing in her efforts to nurture the development of Uganda’s most vulnerable young people.
Madeline is currently working with Children of Uganda in a new video challenge initiative in which participants record videos of themselves MOVING in a creative way. Using the hashtag #movetogive, participants are encouraged to make a donation of any amount to Children of Uganda or nominate others in an effort to pass on the MOVEment via social media.
Here’s the Move to Give challenge:
1. Record a video of yourself – alone or with as many friends, family (your kids), teammates, co-workers, etc. as you wish – singing, dancing, playing an instrument, working out or participating in any choreographed skit. At the start of your video, be sure to say “I (or we) accept Children of Uganda’s Move to Give Challenge!”
2. Share your video with us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, (use #movetogive) or via http://wikisend.com/. To use wikisend, simply upload your video file and e-mail the download link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Then, nominate a minimum of 2 other people to participate in the Move to Give video challenge or make a donation to Children of Uganda for any amount they are moved to give – $1, $10, $100, $1,000 or more.
PRIZE: Children of Uganda will choose 3 winners from their favorite submitted videos. Each winner will receive a free Move to Give t-shirt. The top winner will also be awarded an extra special, secret gift (only to be revealed after the winner is chosen).
Check out these video submissions from Children of Uganda’s U.S. staff and our kids. Share them with your friends to get this MOVEment started using #movetogive: