Stephanie McNicol- Arizona State University Cash donations make the biggest impact when it comes to international disaster relief.
By Lucy Gamades, Sydney Brodo, Jonah Boscov-Brown- Boston University We wanted to keep a clean, concise, image that tells people to donate cash without focusing on the clutter like many of the other PSAs do.
By Leah Duffney I choose to vector supplies that victims could receive if cash is donated.This design emphasizes the fact that every ounce of your cash can give hope to those in disaster situations. Cash turns directly into what they need.
By Lizelle Galaz- Arizona State University Print design that invites smart compassion by highlighting the practicality of monetary donations –both for donors and relief organizations.
By Samantha Chang – Maryland Institute College of Art A PSA campaign harnessing origami and hand lettering to personalize the concept of the cash donation.
By Alison Renvyle, Rachel Thurston, and Gerard Absi To show the importance of cash donations instead of material donations. We show the boxes dropping from the plane to suggest that goods can get easily lost during transportation. The bottom part consists of people from various countries to show that the purpose is International Disaster Relief.
by Nicole Davis A positive image-based advertisement that explains why cash is better.
Tuan Tran- Arizona State Univerity An info graphic detailing why donating cash is a lot better than any other methods.
By Tiffany Middleton, Childersburg, AL Showing how giving a little money can give someone hope.
By Katherine Smith, Tempe, AZ, Ashley Hyne, Tucson, AZ, Natalie Nelson, Tucson, AZ We put together a print ad which encourages viewers to donate monetarily to those in need.
By Tanner Woodford, Tempe, AZ A concise, clear message directly comparing the cost of shipping canned goods to the number of people affected if cash were sent instead. This, coupled with my video submission, will serve as comprehensive print and motion campaign for the Center for International Disaster Information.
By Lauren Ruggeroli, Aleena Astorga, Tucson, AZ, Shannon Timms, Tucson, AZ, Joshua Belhumeur, Tucson, AZ, Kristen Schissel, Tucson, Az, Lindsey Erlick, University of Arizona, Carmen Lamadrid, Tucson, AZ When you make material donations (such as food & clothing) to disaster relief efforts, you are taking a chance on what victims need at the cost of […]
By Joseph Clay III, Tempe, AZ Cash is the fastest and best way to provide effective relief to international disaster victims
By Ryan Pincince, RI, R Kalhofer , N Kingstown, RI, Jill-Ann Hewins, Coventry RI Cash donation vs Item donation with visual of dollar bill shrinking
By Rachel Steingard, Phoenix, Ariz. This ad hinges on the idea that disaster is a universal epidemic. No one culture is immune to it, however cash is the most effective way to communicate help across borders.
By Giordany Orellana When it comes to International Relief, please send cash instead. The little girl says: “I’m allergic to this” and “This doesn’t fit me.”
By Allyson Dilsworth, Anna Jacoby, Allison Milam Everyone has a spare change jar saving up coins or dollar bills for that exotic vacation, new car, or retirement fund. Why not put that towards disaster? In times of international crisis, cash is always best.
By E. Michalka Cash is the best way to help combat the terrible destruction of International Disasters.
By Amanda Markell, Katie Johnsen, Brian Olson In times of disaster, monetary donations make the biggest impact.
By Stephanie Ming, Los Angeles, CA This simple yet powerful poster draws you in with the image of children waiting in line for food. When Americans see images like this, we want to help but often don’t know how to give effectively. By briefly describing why donating cash helps the most when international disasters strike, […]