Student: Riley Padua School: Arizona State University 3rd Place, Print
Student: Donghyun Yi School: Fashion Institute of Technology 3rd Place, Digital Image
Student: Lisa Trahin School: Arizona State University 3rd Place/People’s Choice, Video
Student: Veronica Gomez School: Arizona State University
Student: Stephanie Fernandez, Martin Mederos, Crystal Rodriguez, and Ariese Bernard School: Florida International University
Student: Paulina Adame and Omar Mota School: Arizona State University
Student: Haley-Ann Simpson, Ashley Stults, Cameron Craig and Emily Baker School: The University of Alabama Description: Through our infographic we portrayed that cash is vital during emergency situations because it provides instant relief to and assistance to victims.
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 […]
Student: Nick Albanese, Daniel Arruda, Emily Hadfield, Jordan Fonseca School: University of Rhode Island Description: Cash keeps your donations fresh
Albania Perez – Fashion Institute of Technology Poster emphasizing how practical cash donations are by providing the needed with the choice of getting exactly what they need to relief when disaster strikes.
Sara Suzuki- Arizona State University This video shows how money is able to adapt many situations when disasters happened.
Stephanie McNicol- Arizona State University Cash donations make the biggest impact when it comes to international disaster relief.
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 Stephanie Williams This is an animation sharing the advantages of donating cash over goods.
By Lizelle Galaz- Arizona State University Print design that invites smart compassion by highlighting the practicality of monetary donations –both for donors and relief organizations.
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 Amanda Markell, Katie Johnsen, Brian Olson In times of disaster, monetary donations make the biggest impact.
By Stephanie Ming, Los Angeles, CA This simple yet powerful poster draws you in with the image of children waiting in line for food. When Americans see images like this, we want to help but often don’t know how to give effectively. By briefly describing why donating cash helps the most when international disasters strike, […]
By V. Ashline, Plattsburgh, NY Involves a scene at a grocery store in which a woman cannot buy food for her children because she only received donated goods and not cash after a disaster. Then follows the core message that cash is best when donating to international relief. [jwplayer mediaid=”1413″]
By J. Shepard, Ann Arbor, MI Donated goods won’t bring aid to the people who need it, when they need it. Cash will.