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Barbara Lewis

Maybe you can offer some advice. We applied for a nonprofit channel a long time ago (probably more than a year ago). We were denied by YouTube because they said they don’t accept “religious” organizations. I asked if we could appeal, because while we are affiliated with a church, we are most definitely NOT a “religious” organization. Almost all our services – foster care and adoption, refugee resettlement, low-income senior housing, nursing homes, group homes and community services for the disabled – are provided by government grant or contract and are open to all regardless of religion. We never proselytize or make religious observance a qualification for service. I never heard back from YouTube. I have tried to reapply, but get a form message saying my organization has already applied. We have a great video we want to submit, and it is on our YouTube channel – but it’s not a recognized nonprofit channel.

Do you have any advice for us?

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