The Anthem Awards were created by The Webby Awards to honor the purpose and mission-driven work of people, companies and organizations worldwide. Seeking to amplify the voices that spark global change, these awards work to set a new benchmark for impactful work that inspires others to take action in their own communities.
Sharing Hope in Isolation won Silver in the category of Human & Civil Rights Special Projects, a category focused on individual projects produced by an organization or person created to raise awareness for a Human & Civil Rights cause.
Sex Ed For Everyone won Silver in the category of Health Non-Profit Campaign, for campaigns created by a non-profit organization or foundation in an effort to raise financial support for a Health cause.
This month we’ve got crushes so nice, we’re writing about them twice! Kendra Penner, a photographer, and Hayley Penner, a songwriter and author, are two talented sisters with a famous father named Fred. We sat down with the pair to [...]
What sound does a brand make? This is the question that’s been nagging me for weeks—not because I’m grappling with the answer, but because it’s a question I should have started asking myself years ago. I recently attended a [...]
Why Barbie Made Fun of Herself (and You Should Too)
There are obviously about a trillion things to covet about the marketing of the Barbie movie: the partnerships, the music, the art direction, the hype machine that launched it… the list goes on. But maybe one of the [...]
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