Brands are increasingly turning to animators to capture attention and drive impact.
'Deck the Stalls' comes from agency Public Inc. and global nonprofit Period.
Wieden+Kennedy São Paulo and Sea Shepherd Brazil built a band to protect fish.
Queen Latifah stars in a comedic PSA from MilkPEP to combat 'milk shaming.'
The latest gun violence prevention campaign from Sandy Hook Promise uses comedy sets to convince people to take threats seriously.
The ad has been released to run in theatres around the U.K. ahead of the movie warning about investment dangers.
Nonprofit ChildFund and agency WRTHY created a monster hiding in plain sight to underscore the threat of online child sexual exploitation.
Anti-vaping PSA from Evelyn Lilly Foundation takes a different approach by appealing to young people's wallets.
A wave of recent campaigns address bystanders to curb misogyny, but critics say they don't go far enough.
Terry Crews' Super Serious agency and Ryan Reynolds' Maximum Effort partnered to stop 'the preventable cancer.'
Adweek’s Brand Purpose honoree makes global waves with its suicide prevention efforts.
Viewers can either watch the PSA or fund an abortion.
The partnership deepens creator involvement in purpose-driven work.
Drawing on stories from real kids in war-torn regions, creatives wanted to retell their experiences “with the respect they deserve."
The campaign points out that for every NHL concussion, more than 7,000 women in Canada are estimated to suffer the same injury at the hands of an intimate partner.