Unicef Sweden (website, Facebook, Twitter) reminds us that clicking buttons and links to show our support online costs us nothing, but it hardly translates into any real help. Follow campaigns:worth:sharing on Twitter Polio vaccines, or any other vaccinations for that matter, cannot be bought with online support alone.
This is certainly not your average safe-sex commercial – and that’s primarily because it is aimed at the over 60s. The over 60s are sexually active more than ever before. We are told that in Florida sexually transmitted infections in seniors have risen by 71%. While the footage is self-explanatory, I wish we were told […]
The Samaritans (website, Facebook, Twitter) provide a support service for people who may have suicidal thoughts or who may be going through a rough patch. Every day in the UK, three young people take their own lives. Help us be there, day or night. http://t.co/WKC2iIaucH — Samaritans (@samaritans) July 1, 2013 Research shows that around […]
A 2012 report by the British Government claimed that by 2015 obesity will have cost the NHS £6.4 billion per year. The below two posters tackle obesity in a humourous manner, using compelling visual imagery to nudge people to alter their sedentary habits. The first, by the Portuguese Ministry of Health (website) encourages people to […]
Let me put a disclaimer out there: Amnesty International’s (website, Twitter) campaigns have always been among my favourites. I’ve been a follower and an admirer for years and every time I think that the visual imagery of a campaign has taken the biscuit (for creativity, ingenuity, use of colour etc), I stumble across another campaign […]
I received the below media release from WaterAid together with the featured video. The cause is such an important on that it has already featured another two times on campaigns:worth:sharing in the past few months. This summer, WaterAid asked people to back an exciting new appeal – The Big Dig – to bring clean water […]
Just yesterday St John’s Ambulance launched their new video highlighting the importance of first aid knowledge. The campaign draws parallels between deaths from cancer and deaths which could have been prevented with knowledge of first aid. 140,000 preventable deaths a year is a huge number indeed. ‘Helpless’ is campaigns:worth:sharing‘s choice for Campaign of the Month […]