Great Nonprofit YouTube Channels For 2022

YouTube can be an extremely powerful platform. While many people may think of it as a place to watch funny videos or clips from your favorite movie or TV show, it can also be used to do immense good, such as for charity. Many organizations in the nonprofit sector have their own Youtube channels which they not only use to educate others on the value of nonprofits but to raise funds for those who are in need. If you’re interested in learning more about some of the best nonprofit YouTube channels, look no further.


The RSPCA makes its YouTube channel extremely user-friendly, with well-designed thumbnails that are color-coded in order to let you know what series the video is a part of, as well as images that tell you exactly who or what the video is about. This helps make their content more appealing to a wider audience. Aside from these, the organization additionally has a variety of videos that are geared toward helping people find a good pet. Most of the videos that the organization has released are very emotional, which is very good because it lets people connect with their cause. One of their most recent videos is about Peggy the Pug, which shows how sad these animals’ stories are. But if you’re worried it’ll be too sad to watch, fear not because they usually have happy endings.

Ronald McDonald House Charities

It’s hard for people to understand how their donations can make a huge difference in the lives of those in need. Through their YouTube channel, Ronald McDonald House Charities can show the faces of the people who they help every day. They don’t just use their channel to show the difference they make either. The organization also uses its YouTube channel to distribute thank-you videos to the individuals who help keep the Ronald McDonald Houses operational.

Rainforest Alliance

The people at The Rainforest Alliance don’t talk about themselves in their videos, instead, they let the people who help them do the talking. In these videos, they interview individuals from all around the world who talk about how their training with the organization can improve their quality of life. When they’re not interviewing those who work with them, the people at The Rainforest Alliance make engaging videos that show how their donations can make a huge difference in the lives of those in need. Their channel has a variety of videos that highlight their impact and encourage people to get involved.


Unlike the other organizations on this list, Greenpeace is focused more on activism. This means that their content has a distinct tone from other nonprofits. In addition to being able to show the people who are passionate about fighting for the environment, the organization also has its logo in each of its videos, which helps people immediately recognize them. Their videos are powerful and uplifting, showing footage of people from all around the world fighting against the effects of climate change.

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Raising a Child to Care about Others

During the global pandemic, it has become obvious the struggles that people are facing and the need to help each other during these very difficult times. Now is the best time to help teach the younger generations the need for doing just that, and how they can best help their community. Here are a few ideas for parents on how to help nurture the charitable side of their children.

Show How Important It Is

One of the worst things a person can do is turn a blind eye to an issue that is important. They need to be aware that things are different for everyone they come across. Whether or not they can help at that moment is irrelevant if they can’t accept that there is an issue. By showing this to children, you also help them to better understand appreciating the many blessings they have in their life and how thankful they should truly be.

Make It a Routine

There is no time like the present to begin new traditions and one great way to do it is to create a routine for charitable work. Perhaps you make it a ritual to go through their clothes and taking items that no longer fit shelters for kids who may need a new pair of shoes to replace their old ones. Or perhaps you take the time after church to work at a soup kitchen. Whatever the activity, creating a routine to do can keep the momentum going into adulthood.

Engage Their Passions

Is there something that your child is truly passionate about? Do they have a special connection to a cause? Whatever the reason, try to make the good work you do coincide with the interest they have to keep them engaged. If they are doing something that they may not be particularly involved in, the charitable actions will feel more like a chore. Choosing something that will keep their interest can make the hours go by quickly and have them want to do it again and again.

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Education Charities To Support This Fall

Children living in poverty and under harsh regimes are often unable to enjoy a well-rounded education. In extreme cases, it’s up to concerned philanthropists to donate the time, finances, and resources to help these children grow. Education-based charities are looking for donations now more than ever. Are you going to step up and help kids in need? 

The Turing Trust

Named after Andrew Turing, the nephew of British mathematician and logician Alan Turing, the Turing Trust helps students in Malawi and Ghana by providing thousands of computers to schools. It has supported 39 schools in Malawi and 76 schools in Ghana. Thanks to this program, more than 41,000 African students have become I.T. literate. Those wishing to support this program can donate to the Turing Trust through their businesses.

Mobile Education Partnerships

An educational charity working in Myanmar (formerly Burma) that has been operative for 20 years, Mobile Education Partnerships provides teacher training in remote communities and marginalized areas. Since 2011, this charity has contributed to the preparation of nearly 2,000 teachers. It has also brought 350 teachers through Cambridge teaching exams and produced textbooks used by almost 18,000 children. People’s donations to MEP through their businesses can support this charity.

Lightyear Foundation

This foundation brings science education to children with disabilities in the U.K. To gain the interest of these students, one program, Sensory Science, is a creative and immersive experience that also provides practical knowledge that can improve their lives.

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How to Make And Distribute Handmade Cloth Face Masks

Medical experts have urged the general public to wear homemade cloth face masks during this pandemic. However, some people don’t have the resources or ability to create these masks. Donating cloth masks provides a great way to assist others in this time of need. This form of facial covering won’t fully protect the wearer against the COVID-19 virus, but it might help prevent the inadvertent spread of the disease to others.

Materials You’ll Need

Consider assembling these items to create face masks:

  • Clean cotton fabric (one square foot minimum)
  • Elastic hair ties or cloth straps
  • Coffee filters (optional)
  • Scissors and needle and thread and/or a sewing machine

The CDC website contains complete instructions for creating a mask using the bottom three inches of a cloth T-shirt. It also features directions for cutting out a mask made from a cloth bandana. If desired, you may obtain prefabricated cloth straps by removing the ties from an unwanted apron or a baby bib. Alternatively, you can sew these items by cutting 1″ strips of cloth fabric, folding them once or twice, and sewing the loose seams.

If you possess limited sewing skills, consider using scissors to cut a cloth T-shirt or a bandana mask in accordance with the diagrams on the CDC website. Essentially, you need to create a cloth covering for your nose and mouth that you can secure in place with cloth straps or elastic bands.

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How to Help Healthcare Workers Through COVID-19

In the midst of this global pandemic, healthcare workers are finding themselves overworked and stressed beyond belief. While you may want to do something to alleviate their burden, you might not know exactly what you can do. This guide will help you discover little acts of kindness that can go a long way for our healthcare workers.

Donate Supplies

If you have an excess of any sanitary supplies or personal protective equipment, your local hospital or clinic will happily accept them. Currently, there’s a shortage, and supplies are often diverted to metropolitan areas with a greater need. Donating just a few supplies will be greatly appreciated by suburban and rural hospital staff.

Buy Them Lunch

Now that dine-in eating is out of the question, a large number of restaurants have turned to deliveries to help them to continue operating. However, buying lunch for your favorite hospital staff members shouldn’t be a surprise. Call ahead to find out how many are on the ward and ask what special sanitary precautions will need to be taken.

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How Much Should You Donate?

Donations come in all shapes and sizes, and are made for all different reasons. Whether you want to help people, animals, the planet, or something completely different, your donations matter. But, if donation size is causing you stress, it’s important to take a handful of factors into consideration. Keep these points in mind so that you can donate comfortably to the charity of your choice.

Don’t Overdo It

Whatever amount you donate, make sure that you aren’t putting a financial burden on yourself. Of course it’s important to support a cause and help others, but harming yourself and your financial prospects in the process means you’ll have a harder time supporting causes in the future. Before making a monetary donation, be sure that you have the resources to do so. Otherwise, it might behoove you to try volunteering or a non-monetary type of charity work. .

Look Over Your Budget

If you think you can afford to donate, incorporate that cost into your monthly budget. Make sure that you cover your necessities and save some money before writing that check. You don’t want to donate too much money, and you also don’t want to donate when you don’t have the wiggle room to do so.

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Three Ways to Support Animal Shelters

Many people seem to think that supporting animal shelters can only be done in two ways: by adopting a pet or by donating money. Although these are two great ways to help your local shelter, there are other ways to offer compassion. Here are some lesser-known ways you can support shelters and animals in need!

Spread The Word

To find the best pairings of people and pets, adoption shelters want to garner as much attention as possible and maximize the pool of applicants. Unfortunately, with the prevalence of breeding and pet shopping, it can be hard for shelters to showcase their furry friends. Social media has made it easier than ever to introduce cats, dogs, and other animals to a wide audience. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, you can always spread the word on social media.

There are many ways to get the word out by liking and sharing posts on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Millions of people look at their social media every day, which makes it much easier to spread the word.

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How to Help the Homeless Around Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time of heart-warming reunions, coming together to enjoy the abundance of the harvest, and celebrating the good things in your lives. Some people spread that joy by giving back to society and helping those less fortunate. These are ways to celebrate Thanksgiving through volunteer efforts.

Donate Meals

There are many locations that welcome donations of canned and boxed food. These non-perishable items can be easily made and are tasty and nourishing. If a donation center is not readily available, people can try sponsoring their own food drives. This raises awareness about homelessness and hunger, particularly in the local area. Food drives offer excellent opportunities to create meaningful events in the workplace, and getting the whole office involved means more food for more people in need.

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How To Get The Family Involved In Philanthropy

The word “philanthropy” often brings to mind the establishment of trusts, scholarships, or research institutes worth hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars. It can feel, to many people, like something that is restricted to those with access to vast amounts of wealth. But the truth is that the majority of philanthropic giving is done by middle- and working-class people. So, how do you establish a spirit of philanthropy that endures for generations to come?

Start at home

Teaching your children the value and importance of charitable giving and philanthropic work is essential to creating a legacy of giving. It can begin by teaching children to be charitable to each other, family, and friends, and can extend to the wider community as children mature. Teach children that doing things for others is rewarding and the right thing to do. Involve your children from an early age in community work and set up a family tradition of giving that will last their whole lives.

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Ways to Give Back During the Holidays

The holiday season can be a difficult time for families and individuals. Economic hardships often cause people to experience anxiety and sadness. As a result, some often need extra assistance and care during the holiday season. As Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the end of the year each approach, here are some ways you can help those in need.

Create a Moveable Feast

The cost of a holiday meal is far too expensive for many people, and homelessness is at an all-time high. A great way to give back during the holidays is to cook food and serve it to people in need so they can enjoy a hot meal. If preparing an entire meal is not possible, make baked goods such as cookies or brownies. These pastries can even be presented to first responders like policemen and firemen who weren’t able to take time off to be with their families.

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