Misereor’s Interactive Billboards in International Airports That Support Payments Making Giving Easier Than Before

Misereor’s Interactive Billboards in International Airports That Support Payments Making Giving Easier Than Before

Misereor is a non-profit organization that aims to support the weakest member of the society – those poor, sick, hungry, and disadvantaged.  There are many projects that this organization supported that strengthen the self-initiative of the poor and help them know their rights and obligations – thus, helps the poor avoid being dependent on foreign aid.  The organization has also set out clear rules both itself and its partner a multistage monitoring system that guarantees the stewardship of funds remains transparent both within and outside of the organization.

With its recent interactive billboard, Misereor creatively described how one’s donation can help the poor.  The billboard allows a credit card to be swipe on at the center and then shows the proceed on the donation such as feeding the hungry.

The creative interactive billboards are put in various international airport and it amazingly attracts many airport passengers.  Misereor promotes that with the simple gesture of donating can help change the lives of many poor, sick, hungry and disadvantaged people in the society.

Nevertheless, Misereor interactive billboard makes giving so much simpler and easier like never before.

Source: People Magazine Pakistan

Transavia’s Clever Campaign that Hacked Empty Billboards

Being the low-cost airline, Transavia makes use the empty billboards for a campaign that hacked over a thousand billboards without any outdoor investment.

Source: https://adage.com/creativity/work/transavia-green-billboard/2167476

Floating Billboard That Helps Clean the Polluted River

This is the very first kind of floating billboard in the Philippines that helps clean the polluted rivers in Metro Manila.

 

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Image Source: http://www.oma.org.au/media2/latest-campaigns2/archive/floating-billboard-cleans-up-polluted-river-in-manila

 

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Image Source: http://www.oma.org.au/media2/latest-campaigns2/archive/floating-billboard-cleans-up-polluted-river-in-manila

 

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Image Source: http://www.oma.org.au/media2/latest-campaigns2/archive/floating-billboard-cleans-up-polluted-river-in-manila

 

The collaboration between The Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission, Vetiver Farms Philippines, the advertising agency TBWA\SMP, and the Japanese beauty brand Shokubutsu HANA has installed an 88.5-foot-long floating billboard on the extremely polluted Pasig River in the Philippines, which is able to clean 2 to 8 thousand gallons of water per day. The floating water purification billboard is constructed out of a perennial grass called Vetiver that absorbs toxic substances and is frequently used to stabilize landfills and treat wastewater.

Billboards That Provide A Drinking Water Out of Thin Air

Here is a billboard that provides a very positive impact on the social and environmental aspect of its community.

The University of Engineering and Technology of Peru and their ad agency Mayo DraftFCB have done – the first billboard in the world to make drinking water out of thin air and alleviate the lives of Peru’s people.  The two teams combined creativity and know how to come up with the first billboard in the world that produces drinking water out of air. The billboard works through a reverse osmosis system, capturing the air humidity, condensing and purifying the water, and filling it up in 20 lt. tanks. In 3 months the billboard has produced 9450 lt., making hundreds of families happy and eager to see similar systems in other towns.

This billboard is a great inspiration to help solve local issues.

RedBull Recycle Cans to Provide Renewable Energy Source that Supports Recreation to Young People

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Image Source: https://www.mumbrella.asia/2019/04/red-bull-and-vmlyr-recycle-cans-to-light-up-playgrounds-in-vietnam

 

A famous company that manufactured energy drinks uses their recycled cans as part of the company’s outdoor advertising while helping young people to continue playing even the sun is down.  After identifying that the community has faced challenges to access to reliable, sustainable and modern energy, 2,475 Red Bull cans were recycled to form a renewable source of energy and placed in different sports area.

This example of a billboard that has a positive social and environmental impact of this campaign inspire the next generation of youths to work and fight for their dreams.

Let us promote and uphold this kind of billboards that do not only help companies to promote brands but also give back to the community by using creativity in recycling various materials.