The best of non-profit advertising and marketing for social causes

The best of non-profit advertising and marketing for social causes

  • To #ChooseEmpathy, a Copywriter is subjected to the pain of drug withdrawal

    By on 19 September 2019

    David Gianatasio at Muse by Clio, sent me this PSA for comment. It’s not your average ad about drug addiction. Jake Reilly, a Senior Copywriter at Venables Bell & Partners in San Francisco, California, does not suffer from debilitating...

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  • Powerful new anti-gun campaign invokes terror and tears

    By on 18 September 2019

    Sandy Hook Promise is a not-for-profit organization founded by families of people who were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. Their intent, “to honor all victims of gun violence by turning our tragedy into a moment...

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  • Change the picture, change the world

    By on 5 April 2019

    It’s one thing for Dove to change its own advertising to represent women better. But they’re just one advertiser in a sea of fakery, impossibility and stereotypes. Now they’ve partnered with Getty, the famous stock library, to introduce a...

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  • Observing the world by Zoran Popovic

    By on 29 March 2019

    This is a new ( but so old and forgotten) concept of visual communication, which has this A-ha moment because it is known to everyone but has remained undefined in Art as an expression of perception. This is, at this time of technology...

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  • What’s so scary about a black man in a hoodie?

    By on 13 February 2019

    This photography project from Cephas Williams addresses stereotypes and racism – the kind that leads to searches, shootings and imprisonment – head on. This article by black British MP (Member of Parliament) David Lammy says it all. Powerful, thought...

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  • We are not an Island

    By on 4 January 2019

    A regional campaign from a worldwide bank based on an island that’s poised to cut itself off from Europe. I don’t know what to make of these ads, but they are a brave move when the world is putting...

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  • Undeleted

    By on 25 November 2018

    Love this new film Undeleted from make-up brand Rimmel. There seem to be two schools of thought about brands right now. Either, they have no right to talk about issues they’ve helped to cause. Or, they have a responsibility...

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  • Time to fight back

    By on 31 October 2018

    With Trump pulling out of the Paris accords, Bolsonaro in charge of the Amazon, the UK Government prioritising cars and roads in its budget and scientists everywhere warning that we’re running out of time (why are we still calling...

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  • War Child ‘robot’

    By on 28 September 2018

    Late to the party but I’ve just seen this lovely, affecting film from War Child UK. Agency: RAW London  

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  • Period poverty, on a page

    By on 15 August 2018

    Period poverty is a real thing, affecting women and girls all over the world – including in ‘rich’ countries like the UK. Many charities and NGOs are working to address it, but Hey Girls is a new sanitary product...

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Spotlight: Gun Safety

At Kroger, loaded guns are safer than skateboards, ice cream, and bare chests

Another Gun Safety Campaign Trying to be Thoughtful and Considerate

Every Gun Has a History

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