VideoDonor based in London, England has gone above and beyond in a benevolent extension of concern for the donation community worldwide. Seeking to raise awareness and support the video sharing site is a well-spring of intention.
Dagenham, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/03/2014 -- Attempting to reach people right where they are via an interactive newly re-launched website a company by the name of VideoDonor seeks to increase awareness for donation. The new video sharing website serve as a voice for the donation community allowing them to express their opinions and real life experiences in hopes of sharing support and aiding connection. Dean Jones, Founder of VideoDonor said recently of the new launch, “What would happen if millions of donors worked together to share their stories online, every day, by sharing the most cause-driven and inspirational stories with their friends? What if we stopped consuming the Internet and started using it for good? What if instead of sharing cute kittens, tech stuff and funny videos we helped publish stories that matter? These are just some of the questions we asked before starting VideoDonor.com.”
The comprehensive website seeks to raise awareness through real life stories of defeat and hope, hurting and bliss and acts of self-sacrifice that have the potential to change lives.
Complete with an Editor's Pick that features some of the most compelling videos the site has to offer this and other features highlight organ donation recipients and related causes that are needful of the most immediate attention. To meet this goal the site managers reach out by way of social media campaigns on networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus. Utterly reliant on public donations to fund the expanding operation the non-profit organization is dependent on the willingness of others to contribute.
Jones has also linked arms with various musical artists to generate music videos that encompass different ethnic groups. Most recently Andrew Reid, a popular Jamaican Reggae artist, produced a music video that can be found on VideoDonor.com. The site will continually bring focus to the need for various ethnicities to get involved. Created with his own money Jones said of the video sharing site, "VideoDonor is a labor of love. I was inspired by a family in need campaigning for their son on the organ donation waiting list. I was touched immensely and I immediately signed up. Then I wondered what I could do to help using my own skill and ability. I love web designing, I love project management so the two went hand in hand.”
Videodonor’s mission is to look through the never-ending sea of information on the Internet to uncover the most important donor-based stories and give them massive attention.
But what makes VideoDonor different from all the other videos sites? Jones said “We’re not just hunting for viral videos to boost our page views, we’re searching for stories of defeat and hope, hurting and bliss and acts of self-sacrifice that fit our mission and have the potential to create a new movement online. Whether it’s creating awareness about organ donation, human trafficking, children in extreme poverty, helping missionaries on the field, or supporting families who’ve experienced loss, or even donating funds for a women’s center.”
For more information visit http://www.videodonor.com/. To connect on Facebook and Twitter click on www.Facebook.com/VideoDonor and www.Twitter.com/VideoDonor respectively.
Media Contact: Dean Jones, VideoDonor.com, 07984251660, firstname.lastname@example.org
VideoDonor is a video-sharing site for donor videos that have the potential to change lives.
Their mission is to look through the never-ending sea of information on the Internet to uncover the most important donor-based stories and give them massive attention.