Articles Tagged ‘Rethink Breast Cancer’

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Cause Doctors: Strategies for Rethink Breast Cancer

Ideas from Public’s Phillip Haid and Thinking Unstuck’s Mark Tomblin include an “essential goods” fundraiser and at-home walkathons.

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Rethink Breast Cancer is game for the ‘Booby Bowl’

The breast cancer nonprofit turns to the world of video games to rally rapidly growing fanbases.

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Knix pairs with Rethink to highlight survivors

The campaign demonstrates the intimates brand and breast cancer foundation’s shared message of inclusivity and health.

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2017 Strategy Awards: Rethinking the cancer conversation

The Give-A-Care campaign featured custom products to help young women through treatment.

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2017 Brands of the Year: Rethink rejigs the non-profit model

Up next: continental expansion and tween outreach.

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Rethink Breast Cancer reinvents the hotline

The organization’s retro-inspired creative is all about modern education.

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Creatives’ insights: The brutal honesty behind ‘Give-a-Care’

Lg2′s Chris Hirsch on what drove the project beyond the initial ask.

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Cannes 2017: Canadian work wins big in Design

A focus on simplicity helped six Canadian agencies collect 10 more wins for the country.

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Cannes 2017: Cossette, FCB pick up Gold Health Lions

Lg2 is also bringing home a Lion as the first awards of the festival are announced.

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AToMiC 2017: Beyond tears and victimhood

Cause campaigns choose empowerment over sentimentality, and win big at AToMiC.

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Shopper Innovation Awards: Donations with benefits

SickKids and Rethink Breast Cancer offered donors more than the joy of giving.

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Strategy’s favourite campaigns of the year

To hold you over until we return, our editorial team shares creative work worthy of year-end recognition.

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Rethinking tea and sympathy

Why Rethink Breast Cancer has turned to a new product line to educate Canadians and help provide more useful gifts.

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Rethink Breast Cancer goes kid-friendly

An animated series, which uses the voices of children, tackles challenging conversations around cancer.

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Rethink Breast Cancer modernizes its message

The non-profit uses its penchant for hunks and babes to reflect the complexities of breast health.