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A Boy Named Gavin
The ACLU uses animation to help their audience emotionally connect with an individual story while generating empathy for LGBT rights.
TeamKids’ story uses humor and emotion to show that adults have much to learn from kids about how to tackle the world’s major challenges.
By focusing on one powerful story, WaterAid makes the organization’s mission specific and emotionally impactful.
Choose to See
By following a single subject, the Thomson Reuters Foundation makes the issue of child slavery immediate and relatable.
The Breath Before
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust uses the universal experience of breathing as a way to make the illness relatable to everyone.
Doctors of Aleppo
The first-person account of a doctor in the war-torn city and point-of-view camerawork help viewers connect with the Doctors Without Borders mission on a visceral level.
A Lucky Break For A Starving Polar Bear Mom and Her Cub
The Smithsonian Channel adopts a documentary style while maintaining story and visual impact.
Follow the Frog
The Rainforest Alliance departs from the more serious tone of many social impact videos and uses humor, narration, and irony to engage its audience.
The Story of Microfibers
The Story of Stuff uses clever animation to break down a complicated topic into an motivating message.