By making a video story about your local Rotary Club, you could win $1000 for your school.
Open to Primary and Secondary Students.
The story could be about the club's members, its life-changing international service projects, or a local fundraising effort.
You will be amazed about what stories Rotary has to tell.
Make your video on any device (use your smartphone if you want) and remember that each story must be less than one minute!
Videos will be acceptable in most standard video formats (e.g. mp4).
The files will be uploaded via an online portal.
You are not limited to one video - you can make a series if you wish! The only limit is that each video can be of no more than 60 seconds duration.
Winners will be judged on creativity, story-telling, audio quality, visual appeal, and a public vote via our website.
Following Rotary International's "Doing Good in the World" Video series (click here to watch), each video will be named after its club (e.g. "Doing Good in Richmond" or "Doing Good in Wyndham"). Please make sure you give your video the correct title.
You can make your Rotary Club look amazing by simply telling the stories your Club already has. Our aim is for every Rotary Club in our District to produce a short video of less than one minute.
We recognise that not every club has the technical expertise to do this, so we have created a competition for local schools - as the students do have this expertise(!) - for our "Doing Good" Schools Video Competition. You just need to contact your local schools to invite them to be part of it.
Application Forms will be available on this website. At this stage, please liaise with the schools to start the process.
The story could be about an interview with a member, your life-changing international service projects, or a local fundraising effort.
School students will be amazed about what stories Rotary has to tell.
Visit our District Facebook Page or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download flyer here to post at schools, sporting clubs and shopping centres.
Print off and fill in your Club's own contact details so that schools contact you directly to find out your great Rotary stories!
Clubs can use the videos for their own use, including at Club Meetings, on their website or Facebook or YouTube sites.
We are looking for more sponsors to be involved in this public competition. Please e-mail us at email@example.com
if your business or organisation would like to increase its profile and increase the prizemoney to the schools.
To get a taste (although they are more than one minute duration), watch this video "Doing Good in Australia - Men's Shed":