Results of the Student Charity Campaign Project

DRUM ROLL please……….and the WINNERS of the Building Trust International Student Charity Campaign Project 2012 are:

 

WINNERS:

I am very happy to announce the winners of the Building Trust International Student Charity Campaign Project 2012 as Brunel Design students Jodienne Ball and Lucinda Bennin who came up with a fantastic video campaign entitled ‘What if it happened here?’ The campaign is set to raise funding for our ‘Moving Schools’ project and also raise public awareness for our charity. We hope you enjoy and share!

Honourable mentions:

We also would like to proudly show the work from the students who received an Honourable mention:

Students proposal linking Building Trust with GoPro
Students proposal linking Building Trust with GoPro

HONOURABLE MENTION: 

Image above showing Sam Whyman and Rory Southworth’s proposal for their campaign idea linking Building Trust with the World’s most versatile camera GoPro. The team believe that by creating a 5min documentary of the school construction in Mae Sot and then posting it on the GoPro Youtube channel and making the video viral the video would create public awareness of the ‘Moving Schools’ project and hopefully raise further funding. The students contacted a member of the GoPro team and we are now hoping to discuss the possibility of gaining some GoPro cameras to film the build.

Poster competition campaign
Poster competition campaign

 

HONOURABLE MENTION:

– Image above showing Matthew Buckland, Andrew Binnie, Andrew Guscott, Sophie Kell and Michael Kilner proposal who came up with the idea of a poster campaign where individuals could enter a competition to create a campaign poster for Building Trust creating interest and attention to our projects. The posters would be placed on Tumblr and hopefully raise awareness of the Mae Sot build.

 

Funding platform campaign idea
Funding platform campaign idea

 

HONOURABLE MENTION:

– Image above showing Jesse Smith’s proposal, Jesse came up with the idea to raise funding for the Mae Sot build by placing the school project on a funding platform such as Kickstarter. Jesse also came up with a visual communication for online donations. As donations were received by the website a visual render of the school would be constructed on screen giving the user immediate feedback.
Next Steps:
So please keep reading the blog to see how we go forward with some of the ideas from the students campaign ideas. It was great to work the students and we were very pleased with the work they produced.
We now look forward to returning to Brunel on 30th March to review a project set to the Level 1 students so keep reading!
Thanks:
Many thanks to all the Brunel students who took part in the project and a huge thank you to the Course Leader, Farnaz Nickpour and Sarah Silve for all their time and dedication to the course module.

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