AdTheorent Partners with Ad Council and Dollar General Literacy Foundation to Support the “Finish Your Diploma” High School Equivalency Campaign

AdTheorent, Inc., a digital advertising leader using advanced machine learning technology and solutions to deliver real-world value for advertisers, the Ad Council, the national nonprofit that mobilizes the energy and talents of the communications industry to make a measurable impact on the most critical social issues of today, and the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, which has helped more then 11 million individuals take their first steps towards literacy, announced campaign results from the “Finish Your Diploma” High School Equivalency digital advertising campaign. The Situation:A high school diploma can afford people…

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Dollar General Literacy Foundation Presents Save the Children With $2 Million to Support Kids Across Rural America During COVID-19

Aligned in a mission to serve others, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded $2 million to Save the Children’s coronavirus response efforts across rural America, the nonprofit today announced. The gift will help ensure children continue to learn – and have access to nutritious foods – during nationwide school closures. Save the Children and the Dollar General Literacy Foundation are committed to helping the most vulnerable children continue to learn and get the nutrition they need to keep bellies full and minds growing. “This tremendous gift from the Dollar…

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New PSAs from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and the Ad Council Remind Adult Learners that “No One Gets a Diploma Alone”

Today, the Ad Council and the Dollar General Literacy Foundation launched new public service ads (PSAs) for the national Finish Your Diploma campaign, which provides adults with the information needed to earn a high school equivalency diploma and encourages people to sign up for free adult education classes by finding nearby centers at FinishYourDiploma.org. The campaign builds on the inspirational “No One Gets a Diploma Alone” message, which inspired more than 200,000 people across the United States to find free adult education classes over the past year and features three…

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