Campaigning for social change
Why are we here? To make the world a better place, of course. And we do this by campaigning in all the right ways for social change. Social change organisations don’t succeed by being reasonable, by doing things the way they’ve always been done. The first aspiration of all nonprofit organisations should be to do themselves out of business. All campaigners and fundraisers should be restless challengers of the status quo, never ever satisfied that we are doing quite enough. Why? Because we only exist to change the world.
by Joe Burnett
What are you doing to combat gender inequality in your organisation? Join SOFII’s campaign.Read more
An innovative billboard campaign hoping to open a few blind eyes to domestic violence with a novel use of facial recognition technology.Read more
This is a great public awareness campaign with interactive use of social media and appropriate targeting.Read more
Clever use of lenticular printing to send kids a secret message that adults can't see in these child-abuse poster ads.Read more
by Jan Uekermann
The tiny German town of Wunsiedel has for decades seen crowds of neo-Nazis pass through its streets in annual demonstrations, but this time something was different. The town tricked neo-Nazis into raising thousands of euros for an anti-extremist charity in ‘Germany’s most involuntary charity walk’Read more
When two young medical students were talking to a group of 11 to 16 year olds they were shocked to learn that either the youngsters, or someone they knew, had been shot or stabbed. That shock led to Streetdoctors, a charity that has fundraising embedded across the entire organisation.Read more
Click here to see the video from Australia’s Children’s Medical Research Institute that ‘broke the Internet’s heart’.Read more
Here is the story of Jonny Benjamin's search to find 'Mike', one of the bystanders as he climbed onto Waterloo Bridge in an attempt to kill himself. Only Mike didn't stand by, he walked up to Jonny, talked to him and, most of all, he listened. Click here to see how Rethink Mental Illness put their brand in second place and helped to find Jonny's hero. It was a brave decision and one that brought many rewards.Read more
You may be sick of hearing about the ice bucket challenge. You may even think it has no relevance to your own organisation. But find out the special characteristics that made it the biggest fundraising idea of 2014.