Student: Lindsay Prester School: Arizona State University 1st Place, Video
Student: Emily Van Camp and Nghi Tran School: Arizona State University 2nd Place, Video
Student: Thom Kim and Connor Wodynski School: Arizona State University 3rd Place, Video
Student: Molly Gaffey School: University of Michigan People’s Choice Winner, Video
Student: Sofia Ruescas School: St. Mary’s University 1st Place, Video
Student: Lisa Trahin School: Arizona State University 3rd Place/People’s Choice, Video
Student: Claudia Forero and Alexandra Estrella School: Arizona State University 2nd Place, Video
Student: Quincy Reams School: Arizona State University
Student: Kaitlyn Boyd School: Arizona State University
Student: Paulina Adame and Omar Mota School: Arizona State University
Student: Rachel Addington School: Arizona State University Description: The video prompts the audience to be the change by donating cash because it is flexible for relief organizations. The change then transforms using stop motion animation into the items that can be purchased with cash donations.
Student: Bradley Parks, Shannon Sweatt, Megan Perkins, Raine Yip School: The University of Alabama Description: Although all donations are accepted, donating cash will help much more in providing service to all.
Student: Emma DeVane, Emily Pina School: Arizona State University Description: When disaster strikes, our first instinct is to help. Sending food, clothing, medicine and other resources may be the first priority on our minds. However, sending specific items is not always the most effective solution. During these troubling times, making even the smallest donation can […]
Noah Andersen – Arizona State University Cash has always been fast. But now it’s faster than ever. Digital monetary donations are the best way to support disaster victims because they are fast, sustainable, and flexible.
Michelle Gonzalez- Arizona State University People who donate goods like clothing and canned foods often mean well but sometimes it can cause more harm than good. With cash, it enables you to tackle the disaster head on. It helps relief organizations to be able to buy the exact supplies needed in the exact quantity, it […]
Sara Suzuki- Arizona State University This video shows how money is able to adapt many situations when disasters happened.
Katherine McNamara- Arizona State University Non-profit organizations work like a machine. Each part has to be running smoothly to be the most efficient it can be. My video makes this comparison and brings to light the fact that cash is the best form of donation because it provides the most versatility.
Victoria Howell- Arizona State University A PSA centered around the idea of myths and facts. It relates the concept of donating goods to other urban myths and reveals the truth about the best way to help disaster victims.
By Tyler Meacham- Elon University “Canned” discusses the importance of monetary donations rather than food donations in the wake of international disaster.
By Joseph Raiton- Arizona State University During an international disaster, one dollar is more effective than giving a donation. By donating cash, victims can build new homes and brighter communities. Cash contributions give relief organizations the opportunity to purchase exactly what they need, when they need it. You can provide survivors with safety, security, food, […]