Student: Areia W. School: Arizona State University 1st Place, Digital Image
Student: Sofia Ruescas School: St. Mary’s University 1st Place, Video
Student: Olivia Cardinale School: Loyola University Chicago 1st Place, Print
Student: Madeline Stoiber, Sierra Pennala, Brittany Barron, Jocelyn Chubb, and Kallie Kouvelis School: Columbia College Chicago
Student: Abby Cronin School: University of Florida
Student: Quincy Reams School: Arizona State University
Student: Lauren Schaecher School: Arizona State University Description: Informational gif about the facts that people might not know when donating to a cause they care about.
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: Kaitlyn Olivier, Maria Castillo, Ludi Wang, Min Chen, Anna Kate Grosse School: Boston University Description: This print advertisement emphasizes the effectiveness of cash to stimulate the local economy and repair damages caused by disasters.
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 […]
Lauren Rasch- Loyola University Chicago The USAID Center for International Disaster Information focuses on Smart Compassion, meaning that best and most effective kinds of disaster relief are those that are versatile and able to implemented quickly– making cash the most effective form of relief. This PSA demonstrates in a highly visual and easily understandable way […]
Dillon Johnson- Arizona State University Monetary donations can be used immediately by relief organizations to purchase exactly what is needed, and when it is needed. They provide familiar, culturally appropriate supplies to people affected by disasters and since they’re bought locally, they also help support the local economy.
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.
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 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 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 Nicole Davis A positive image-based advertisement that explains why cash is better.
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.