The feel-good video of the year, the Pink Glove Dance was put together by the employees of Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, Oregon, to generate funds for and raise awareness of breast cancer. Created and directed by Emily Somers, the video features some 200 real St. Vincent doctors, nurses, lab techs, and kitchen and janitorial staff who volunteered to participate in the making of this joyful public service plug. Filmed at the hospital during a regular workday, the employees donned pink exam gloves (the signature color for breast cancer awareness) and danced to the beat of “Down,” the R&B song by Jay Sean. Medline Industries, Inc., the company that makes the gloves and produced the video, will donate a portion of the Generation Pink gloves toward mammograms for uninsured women. This all goes to show that public service videos, even for a subject as grim as breast cancer, can be uplifting and fun.