These are my top 10 favourite Non-Profit, Ethical or Charity Campaigns of the previous Month. This Month – January 2018. There were some campaigns I really liked in January, I promise after this one we will go back t one Top 10 a month.
10. I was really impressed with the concept of ‘Hey Girls’, I hope to see more from them in the future and look foreard to seeing their next campaigns.
9. Fairtrade Fortnight is an important event annually and the ‘Come On In’ theme looks to be interesting.
8. An interesting UNHCR story featuring French Popstar Christine and the Queens. It’s great to see a celebrity visiting the camps and making a difefrence through these stories by calling attention to the problems.
7. The NSPCC national campaign to help keep young children safe from sexual abuse was launched with the release of a new mobile phone game and the screening of a prime-time TV ad.
6. Iceland, the UK’s leading frozen food specialist, committed to become the first major retailer globally to eliminate plastic packaging from all of its own brand products by the end of 2023.
5. Dell and actress, entrepreneur and activist Nikki Reed announced a collaboration in support of the sustainable design movement. The Circular Collection by Bayou with Love and Dell is a new limited edition, jewelry collection made in the US and sourced from gold recovered from Dell’s recycling programs.
3. Charity Warchild have launched a new film which highlights the devastating effects of war on childhood mental health and wellbeing.
2. I just liked the humour in this one. The Swim Reaper was created last summer by Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) in partnership with ACC to target the at-risk demographic of young men aged 15 to 30. Despite making up only 14 per cent of the population, this group accounts for around one third of drowning deaths annually.
And finally, I liked a lot about this one. There are some really good ethical pieces coming from DentsuWebchutney.
1. Racism needs no introduction. It is surprising, rather unfortunate that this social evil still persists in our modern society. In fact, over the last few years, it has evolved to encompass colour, religion, gender, class and more.