Tag Archive | "Unicef"

The HopePage: Mining Crypto For UNICEF

Sunday, May 20, 2018


The Hopepage is an all-new fundraising mechanic for UNICEF that operates on a global scale for good. For the very first time, anyone with a computer or laptop can mine cryptocurrency for a good cause, without the need of specialised equipment or software. Users simply keep The Hopepage open in a web browser to automatically [...]

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UNICEF Tap Project: Go Without Your Phone

Sunday, March 2, 2014


Unicef’s world famous Tap Project is back, this time, in mobile form, with site that donates water to people in need, based on how long you don’t touch your phone for. But I’m kinda left questioning if the interaction messaging is powerful enough? The sponsor behind this project, Giorgio Armani, will donate the equivalent of [...]

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UNICEF: Child Refugee Street Projections

Tuesday, October 15, 2013


Here’s a cool piece of work from Stockholm, where UNICEF have been running a nightly campaign featuring projection mapping silhouettes of the thousands of Child Refugees across the city. Last year, over 3500 children came alone to Sweden, technically as refugees, but with no place to go, they are homeless, and need help. The campaign [...]

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UNICEF: Donate A Word Campaign

Sunday, May 22, 2011


It looks like the Miami Ad School is producing some great talent of late, and here is another nice conceptual piece from current students Lisa Zeitlhuber and Katharina Schmitt, designed to create a new way to donate money for child education. It’s the “Donate A Word” campaign for UNICEF that utilises the spelling feature inside [...]

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Unicef: Swat Team Game

Monday, April 12, 2010


I thought I’d feature this new campaign by Unicef Australia to raise some awareness (and hopefully donations) for Malaria prevention. It kills a child every 30 seconds. One of UNICEF’s major contributions in helping combat malaria is the provision and distribution of insecticide treated nets, the most effective protection against malaria. The best part is, that these nets are [...]

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