Mary Evans, Deputy Director at the UAB Center for the Study of Community Health, spotted the following ad in the
January 2013 issue of Food and Wine magazine:
City Harvest is testing a number of these types of
eye catching ads. More can be seen
The caption at the bottom of the ad reads:
"She went to our website and made a donation. Which paid for the oil that goes in the trucks that deliver
the food to the soup kitchens in Manhattan. It's easy to do what Gail Did -- just visit
cityharvest.org or call 1-800 77 HARVEST."
Would UAB students (and faculty) want to take part in a contest to create similar type ads for local causes to see which association of donor and donation was the most bizarre/original/striking? The ads would be showcased on the exchange and also on the nonprofit websites.
What do you think? post comment below...