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February 18, 2013

Hey, Philadelphians! Are you looking to start your weekend off with a celebration? If so, come out to the Philadelphia DoGooder Awards Ceremony on Thursday, February 21st at 7 p.m. at University of the Arts – Hamilton Hall (corner of Broad & Pine). Come support and encourage the local artists, entrepreneurs, and leaders who have given so much to the Greater Philadelphia Area!

The DoGooder Awards are part of a national contest created by YouTube to spotlight video and digital storytelling in the nonprofit sector. The DoGooder Awards demonstrate how short film projects work as catalysts for greater social good.

We at ChatterBlast have been involved with Philly DoGooder and organizer Here’s My Chance from the beginning – by helping them to create and expand their social media pages, as well building a large interactive digital community. Throughout the first season of Philly DoGooder, ChatterBlast has also provided support to the various nonprofits and artists involved through one-on-one mentoring and large-group sessions. We can proudly say that we helped link together Philadelphian filmmakers and nonprofits and contributed to the widely recognized Philly DoGooder sensation.

The awards night will feature a live red carpet event, paparazzi, glamorous guests and access to an open bar – not to mention the many savory appetizers to keep the night flavorful! After the awards ceremony has concluded, it’s off to the dance floors, where you can let loose and have a great time with friends and fellow DoGooders! Buy tickets now as spots are filling up quickly.

Join the ChatterBlasters and help support and promote local Philadelphian heroes, organizations, businesses, and philanthropists who work hard to make the world a better place daily. We will live-tweet with our partners at KingMe Social Media from the event the entire night, too.

We hope you will join us at the Philly DoGooder Awards Ceremony. See you there!

About the Author

Matthew Ray

Creative Director and Co-Founder of ChatterBlast, Matthew Ray is a fan of comic books, ice cream and sitcoms from the late 1980s.

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