Treat-filled vending machines can be a source of controversy – especially when placed in schools – but there’s no way anyone could argue against the socially nutritious stunt campaign currently being executed by Quebec’s Fondation pour l’alphabetisation (Literacy Foundation) in Montreal.
UNICEF’s ongoing Tap Project continues to use ideas to communicate its simple but important on-going mission. Its next idea is using a dirty water vending machine.
As a conservation charity with limited funds, Chester Zoo has to support projects that will give the greatest impact. This often means making difficult decisions between spending our money in the UK or abroad.
A new CIESF Charity vending machine that supports educations in Cambodia was installed at COOP Life Center on Nishi-Chiba Campus on April 18, 2011.
Coca-Cola and the Japanese Red Cross have rolled out a vending machine that lets users donate money directly to the vending machine. The simple introduction of the “charity button” is aimed at making it easier for users to donate towards the rebuilding of areas hardest hit by the recent disasters in Japan.
Unfortunately, there’s no easy fix when it comes to work place incidents. There are no panel beaters, precision painters, restorations or cheap and readily available replacement body parts.
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A motif is a rhetorical device that involves the repeated presence of a concept, which heightens its importance in a speech and draws attention to the idea. Obama’s motifs became so recognizable that the main motifs, change and hope, became the themes for the 2008 presidential campaign of every candidate, from Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator John McCain.
Flossie, a women’s lifestyle magazine, has designed something very special for the single women of New Zealand and it is brilliantly strange.
What would you do for Fantastic Delites? I’m sorry, the phrase they’re using is, “How far will you go for Fantastic Delites?”