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, […]
By Minhua (Iris) Zhu This video illustrates the reasons of cash is best so as to inform and encourage people to donate cash after the disasters.
By Stephanie Williams This is an animation sharing the advantages of donating cash over goods.
by Esther Kim- Arizona State University A stop motion video explaining how donations matter. More importantly, the way one donates can really make a difference, so make it count. Donate Cash.
by Stephen Lambert- University of Rhode Island This Video PSA has the main purpose of expressing to people the importance of donating cash over in-kind donations, and how much more beneficial these cash donations can be to those who are in need and receiving them.
Shane Wagner- Temple University Dollar printed text marquee explaining what just $1 can buy around the world to the tune of Money by Pink Floyd.
By Evan McNary
By Paul Seetachitt Good intentions sometimes aren’t enough.
By Ellen Yu, Valencia, CA, S. Quach, Valencia, CA, Anna Cruze, Baughman, E. Michalka, Valencia, CA This cut-out time-lapse animation, done by a group of student at the California Institute of the Arts, portrays the importance of donating cash instead of goods.
By Rika Endo, CalArts, CA, Jamie McElrath, CalArts, CA, Riyoko Iwamoto, Calarts, CA, Sebastian Perez, CalArts, CA, Florentina Perez, CalArts, CA When lending a helping hand to those struck by disaster, cash is best.
By D. Crockett, Brooklyn. For this spot I wanted to conceptually show what your cash donation can become, and how it is suited to each unique disaster situation.
By Sunny Jain
By Jared Raptke
By Colin Levy and Roque Smith-Nonini Amidst the remains of his home, a hurricane victim finds little comfort in canned food.
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 print submission, will serve as comprehensive print and motion campaign for the Center for International Disaster Information.
By Cat Bui, California Institute of the Arts, Alex Aguilar, California Institute of the Arts, JAmes Esparza, California Institute of the Arts, Alex Gaines, California Institute of the Arts It costs about 60 cents for one can of food and about 80 dollars to send it where it needs to go, even more for storage. […]
By Jared Bell, Brooklyn, NY A fast-paced barrage of news clip and sound bites aimed at channeling emotion into action.
By Alejandro Heiber
By J. Shepard, Ann Arbor, MI Donated goods won’t bring aid to the people who need it, when they need it. Cash will.