Christmas is a staple of marketing and a time for many charities or ethical brands to showcase their latest appeal or products, so I thought it might be nice to post some of our favourite festive fare.
10. Cookies & Partners Campaign for Greenpeace Italy
This Christmas ad from Greenpeace Italy is pretty unique from these ones as it doesn’t even mention Christmas.
9. Aardman and Alzheimers Research UK Christmas Ad
I enjoyed this ad from Alzheimers Research UK, narrated by national treasure Stephen Fry, a poignant Christmas Ad.
8. Impero’s Trump’s Xmas Meltdown Climate Change Campaign
We really enjoyed this Campaign to highlight Climate Change by Impero, and also a dig at Trump for his apparent denial of climate change.
7. The Full Service, The Climate Coalition and Jelly London present The Very Hot Snowman
And speaking of Climate Change it has been a bit of a theme this year and rightly so, a great advert narrated by Liam Gallacher by the Full Service, the Climate Coalition and Jelly London.
6. All Mighty Pictures and Time Based Arts Just Like Us Video
The WWF Christmas advert was also a powerful one ths year highlighting the plight of elephants.
5. Faretrade’s Advent Calendar
We also really enjoyed the Fairtrade Advent calendar campaign, which gave away a number of Fairtrade products every day…
4. Shape History and Shooting Star Chase’s “The Christmas advert you should be sharing this festive season”
Another Powerful campaign this year from Shape History in aid of Shooting Star Chase about the true meaning of history.
3. GOOD Agency and NSPCC’s ‘Break the Silence’ DRTV
The GOOD Agency’s first campaign for the NSPCC was also another powerful one which inspires support for children suffering sexual abuse.
2. Paypal and Aardman’s Turkey Chase
There’s something I love about Aardman’s style of animation and it was great to see this used for 8 really good causes, I really enjoyed the turkey chase.
1. Grey London and Goldstein Music Hyrrs:Frstive Hymns Made Festive
Possibly my favourite one of this year has been Grey London’s Hyrrs instead of hymns.