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 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 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 James Switser, Plattsburgh, NY [jwplayer mediaid=”1857″]
By Alejandro Heiber
By E. Michalka Cash is the best way to help combat the terrible destruction of International Disasters.