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Social Aid

We have 219 blogposts about Social Aid.
Related Pinterest board: Mental Health & Social Aid.

  • Sim City Red Cross

    Play games. Save lives. Real ones.

    By on 22 October 2013

    It’s one of the biggest past-times in the world, and has bigger budgets than the movie industry. But gaming feels like the final frontier for social cause and NGO marketing. That’s changing, however. The Red Cross has launched an...

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  • Partners for Mental Health (Canada)

    Slam the Door to Fund Youth Mental Health

    By on 14 October 2013

    You can be blown away by this Canadian TVC. But if you look closely you will see that it is all about the door. A door as a symbol for something that can’t be ignored. This TVC is the...

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  • VZW de Huizen

    Five lines are enough to be the best Belgian newspaper ad

    By on 1 September 2013

    Last week I compared two prizes both organised by newspapers in the Netherlands and Belgium. The winner of the Belgium award is announced this weekend. It’s the work from Bruno Seys and Filip Vandewiele, the creative partners at What’s...

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  • Hand in Hand: card game promoting care for abandoned and disabled children

    Hand in Hand: card game promoting care for abandoned and disabled children

    By on 26 June 2013

    A nice idea from International China Concern (ICC) now on Kickstarter. Hand in Hand is a card game to help supporters connect and relate to the children they serve. They need to promote sponsorship of children by building connections...

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  • Amazing animated typographic Childline helpline conversation

    Amazing animated typographic helpline conversation

    By on 4 June 2013

    Amazing animated typographic conversation shows what it’s like to speak to a helpline counsellor. The animation is made for ChildLine. It is a UK-based, confidential, free, 24-hour counseling service for children and young people under the age of 19....

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  • Brighten up the world with Good Morning

    Brighten up the world with ‘Good Morning’

    By on 7 May 2013

    This is a great new project from Martijn van Osch: Goodmornings. The place for you to share and enjoy goodmornings with the whole world. A team of 16 people from the Netherlands made this happen. Their goal : brighten...

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  • Coalition for Children, Youth and Families: Yellow umbrellas to shelter from the storm

    Yellow umbrellas to shelter from the storm

    By on 7 May 2013

    Every three hours in Wisconsin, a child enters into the foster system because of domestic abuse, neglect or alcohol and drugs in the home. That’s what this new campaign from Serve Marketing is about. They has partnered with the...

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  • Kids Company vine

    Supporting vulnerable kids with the Vine mantra

    By on 22 April 2013

    The new popular app Vine can work like a mantra. It is the power of repetition with the six-second video loop. The attempts from the British Kids Company demonstrate it. It’s perfect for low budget campaigns thus for small...

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  • The Salvation Army rocks out at Eurovision!

    By on 21 January 2013

    Thanks to Howard Lake for spotting this interesting bit of news! Switzerland’s entry for the May 2013 Eurovision contest is a very catchy rock song written and performed by the Salvation Army of Switzerland, Austria & Hungary (Heilsarmee). The...

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  • Don’t Cut Aid: It’s Working!

    By on 16 January 2013

    It has been said; a picture can say a thousand words, well how about “a picture can save, 16 billion dollars in foreign aid dollars.” Uh? Ok yes, I made that one up, but its what International Relief and...

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