By Evan McNary
By Paul Seetachitt Good intentions sometimes aren’t enough.
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 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 K. Egna, Plattsburgh, NY A conversation between 2 friends determining that cash is best. [jwplayer mediaid=”1860″]
By Sunny Jain
By Joseph Clay III, Tempe, AZ Cash is the fastest and best way to provide effective relief to international disaster victims