Raising the Roof Homeless Campaign | Leo Burnett

Nothing But Potential "Walk Faster" / Raising the Roof / Leo Burnett

Benches that turn into shelters for the homeless  http://www.arcreactions.com/graphic-design-advanced-paramedics-ltd/

These Park Benches Welcome The Homeless Instead Of Rejecting Them

Social Design: Because homelessness is such a huge social issue many cities are making park benches that turn into shelters. Rather than just ignoring the issue of the homelessness, some people are trying to make small efforts to help.

5. The Greatest Shock: How Little is Needed to Restore Some Sanity: Extreme inequality means that people without homes are freezing to death in America. On a winter day in 2012 over 633,000 people were homeless in the United States. Based on an annual single room occupancy (SRO) cost $558 per month, a little over 4 billion would provide shelter for every homeless person for the entire year. Alter Net

everyday materials such as a cardboard boxes, newspaper or other materials we can relate to homeless people with. These items are not worth much to the everyday person but to a homeless person it is their home, shelter, blanket, warmth

The display that would be used to distribute “Voices of McCreesh Place” (Photo/design: Trey Bates ©2013)

The display that would be used to distribute “Voices of McCreesh Place” (Photo/design: Trey Bates

Well photographed and strong visual element. Suit made of newspaper as irony because homeless people are never in the news and they use it to keep warm.

raising the roof

Print advertisment created by Leo Burnett, Canada for Raising The Roof, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

We want this piece to evoke a sense of optimism for the homeless youth population. Unstable home lives stripped them of their hope, leaving ...

Where i am does not define who I am, because who I am is greater than where I am. We want this piece to evoke a sense of optimism for the homeless youth population. Unstable home lives stripped them of their hope, leaving .

A Chicago-based art director has found a unique way to use advertising skills for good; the anonymous creative improves the cardboard signs used by the homeless to see if they can better grab people's attention.  "As an art

Art Director Redesigns Homeless People’s Cardboard Signs To Grab Public’s Attention

Amnesty International Not Here But Now | The Inspiration Room

Amnesty International Not Here But Now

Child Soldiers: It’s Not Happening Here, But It’s Happening Now 40 Of The Most Powerful Social Issue Ads That'll Make You Stop And Think

this is a charity poster to get you thinking about all the homeless people. Centrepoint charity poster. this poster is created the same way a homeless person would write on cardboard to get you to give them any spare change. its simple but effective

this is a charity poster to get you thinking about all the homeless people. this poster is created the same way a homeless person would write on cardboard to get you to give them any spare change. its simple but effective

See the other side to homelessness | Creative Review

See the other side to homelessness

Here's a clever outdoor campaign from Publicis London for the homelessness charity Depaul that manages to tell two different stories with the same copy.

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