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SmileTrain “Season Of Smiles” 300×250

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Plan Canada “Outside The Gift Box” 300×250 (Canada)

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UNICEF World Toilet Day “Access Denied” [print]


On World Toilet Day, Tribal Worldwide will launch a campaign for UNICEF with the goal of informing a new audience about the lack of access to toilets worldwide. Called “Access Denied,” the campaign will urge changes in both behavior and policy on issues ranging from enhancing water management to ending open-air defecation. The campaign includes a series of posters, a dedicated website (http://www.toilettrek.org), and a game available on desktop and mobile that dramatizes the dire situations faced by those who are forced to defecate in the open.

Client: UNICEF
Campaign: “Access Denied”
Agency: Tribal Worldwide, New York
Launch Date: November 19, 2013

Credits:
Executive Creative Director: Kinney Edwards
Creative Director: Jen Stocksmith
Creative Director: Katie Degentesh
Designer: Nick Dunlap
Copywriter: Brent Goldman
Director, User Experience Strategy: Peter Gallo
Associate Technology Director: Rocky Romano
Business Director: Heather Stuckey
Engagement Supervisor: Meera Deepak
Engagement Coordinator: Kari Halverson
Head of Project Management and Production: Sunshine Yoon
Head of Technology: Spiro Misfud
Integrated Producer: Shannon Strange
Sound Design: Drew Gardner

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The Salvation Army “No One Should Have To Call The Streets Home” (Canada) [video]

Client: The Salvation Army Canada
Agency: Cossette
Campaign: No One Should Have To Call The Streets Home

Description: The Salvation Army wants to let Canadians know that no one should have to live on the streets.

To get the message across, The Salvation Army has launched a provocative outdoor campaign that encourages consumers to make donations that will be used to help the homeless.

Developed by Toronto agency Cossette, the campaign draws attention to the plight of the homeless by placing typical neighborhood home address signs in a variety of public places where people normally eat, talk, read, relax, wait for the bus, or just hang out.

The home address signs draw attention to the fact that these same places are also locations where homeless people sleep. A headline beneath the street number reads: “No one should have to call this home.” And below this headline people are encouraged to “Give hope to the homeless” by texting a donation to The Salvation Army.

“The Salvation Army exists to promote the dignity of all people. We are here to reach out to others and support them with the care and help they need,” said John McAlister, National Director of Marketing and Communications.

“The problem with homelessness is that it’s often easy to ignore. We wanted to jolt the public by putting messages in places – and in a manner – that would surprise them,” said Cossette Co-Chief Creative Officer Matt Litzinger. “Then we continue to turn that communications experience on its head by telling our audience that these same locations are also places that street people call home.”

Credits:
Co-Chief Creative Officers: Matthew Litzinger, David Daga
Creative Director: Chad Borlase
Art Director: Kevin Filliter
Writer: Aaron Chown
Account Supervisor: Kaitlin Doherty

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