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‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ raises millions for ALS

Over the last three weeks the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ has seen celebrities including Bill Gates, Jennifer Lopez, Oprah Winfrey, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Christiano Ronaldo, Chris Pratt and pretty much anyone else who’s famous in the US having a bucket of ice-cold water dumped over their heads. The simple premise – take the challenge or donate $100 to the ALS Association – has seen donations to the...

Lastminute.com recruit Nigel Farage… sort of

On the day of the European elections, holidays website lastminute.com have put together a last-minute video campaign in which Nigel Farage advertises holidays in Europe. Except of course he doesn’t. The video is a simple collection of clips of various of the UKIP leader’s public comments edited together to make a list of reasons to enjoy various European countries. It’s a  simple, funny, low-cost...

Obama’s Funny or Die video to promote healthcare.gov

Barack Obama has always been comfortable being funny – from expertly delivering jokes at the expense of journalists to slow jamming with Jimmy Fallon – but his latest effort tops it all. In a video that went live today he appears on Hollywood comedian Zach Galafianakis’ occasional spoof chat show Between Two Ferns. This is a brilliant move by Obama for two reasons. First, it reminds people why they...

Breast cancer charity link up with Sun’s Page 3 causes controversy

In what is either a very smart or a very naive move breast cancer charity Coppafeel, which encourages women to check their breasts for signs of cancer, has linked up with The Sun’s Page 3 for a campaign that brings Page 3 to page one today. The campaign will undoubtedly garner huge attention for Coppafeel among the young female demographic they’re aimed at and as well as the front page of Britain’s most...

UNICEF website gives users a good reason to ignore their phone

The US branch of worldwide children’s charity UNICEF has created an innovative new website that results in donations to the charity when users leave their phones alone. The UNICEF Tap Project is supported by Giorgio Armani and a days worth of clean water is donated for every ten minutes that the user doesn’t touch their phone. During that time various facts about water wastage and the work of UNICEF pop-up on...

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