Winner Best International Firm (that's us!) and
Best Grassroots Advocacy Social Media Campaign for our #beatthefever project with Alliance Health Plus.
Best International Firm means a lot, it means we've kind of come of age, we're
making an impact with our strategy, our design, our social media, and our website
development work. And we couldn't be more proud.
The Campaigns & Elections Reed Awards, named after Campaigns & Elections
founder Stanley Foster Reed, are the most exacting awards in political campaigns,
grassroots and advocacy. Past winners include campaigns for Kamala Harris, Corey
Booker, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden.
We are stoked to have our
organisation recognised on an international level and our clients projects make an
impression within the advocacy sector.
These awards recognise the best in political and public affairs campaigns, and we
are honoured to be among the winners. We couldn't have done it without the
hard mahi of our team, amazing clients and collaborators. Ngā mihi nui kia koutou!
Enjoy the rest of our newsletter for updates on new work, what our friends are up
to and things our team are thinking about.
Ngā manaakitanga, Kristin, Emma and the team
Projects & news
Putting people and planet before profit is foremost at For
Purpose, so we are proud to be certified Climate
Positive Business Operations with Ekos. As a digital agency our
footprint is small, however we still strive to ensure that as our
organisation grows, our environmental impact doesn’t.
Also nominated as a finalist in the Reed Awards, the
website we created for Australia's Climate and Health Alliance. For
Purpose worked with CAHA, Australia’s peak body on climate and
health, to develop the digital toolset that would enable their
vision - to build a powerful health sector movement for climate
action and sustainable healthcare.
Nationbuilder is offering in-person training in Australia - May 4th &
5th - use this form to show your expressions of
interest. Or get in touch if you would like us to put together
training for you or your organisation here in Aotearoa.
Our friends at Access Matters Aotearoa will be hosting 'A Political
Bootcamp for Disability Rights Campaigners' with David Lepofsky 10:00am Sunday 16
If you are interested in being a part of this RSVP here.
What if we just made art, not the climate crisis?
If you are in te Whanganui-a-Tara check out Generation Zero Wellington’s Art exhibition: What if we just
made art, not the climate crisis? Over the summer local artists were invited to
submit works using this prompt to show what a climate safe future looks,
feels, or sounds like. This exhibition showcases great ideas of hope!
The Social Change Grid
The Social Change Project sought to answer one critical question: what can we
learn about how social change is happening today that can strengthen civil
society’s future efforts? Over 18 months, around 400 change-makers took part in