Articles Tagged ‘Canadian Down Syndrome Society’

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CDSS creates a LinkedIn network to bridge the employment gap

The non-profit’s new campaign aims to connect employers with vacancies to the 50% of people with Down syndrome who struggle to find a job.

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2022 Brand of the Year: A re-education courtesy of the Canadian Down Syndrome Society

Through its research and community the non-profit uncovers stereotypes and shuts them down.

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AToMiC 2022: Seizing a moment

Bold and brave programs that tackle taboo subjects and spark change.

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Canadian Down Syndrome Society shows what ‘Love Means’

The non-profit’s latest effort to better inform the public is a photography series that aims to dispel misconceptions about romantic relationships.

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Creative Report Card 2021: FCB will stop at nothing

How the agency sells clients on ambitious ideas before fully knowing how to deliver on them.

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Why CDSS’s new campaign is based on studying exercise

FCB’s latest effort to help people understand Down syndrome aims to recruit participants and disprove a myth.

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2019 Strategy Awards: Next level cause-vertising

Non-profits and brands take their gloves off in campaigns that call out the uninformed, ignorant and disengaged.

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Cannes 2019: FCB/Six wins Grand Prix in Creative Data

The agency took the top prize for Black & Abroad’s “Go Back To Africa,” while FCB Toronto won a Gold in the first edition of the Creative Strategy Lions.

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AToMiC 2019: Fan-powered frenzy

BBDO’s Grand Prix-winning “Paralympic Network” was one of several campaigns that tapped into passions to mobilize movements.

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CDSS takes awareness fight international

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society is petitioning the IUCN to have people with Down syndrome listed as “endangered.”

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Bold and brazen hits the mark

How taking risks and pushing boundaries is taking cause marketing to new levels.

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CDSS makes ‘Anything But Sorry’ more explicit

The organization uses creative ad placements for its “bad word” messaging in phase two of its current campaign.

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CASSIES Gold: CDSS gives new perspective

FCB earns a trio of awards by helping to answer common questions and dispel misconceptions about Down syndrome.

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It came from Canada: Part 3

How Budweiser and Canadian Down Syndrome Society found universal insights in homegrown campaigns.

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DAOY Gold: FCB doubles down on digital

Agency-wide training unlocks digital potential, leading to a second consecutive win.