Mode Project Work In Consideration for TED’s “Ads Worth Spreading”

We're honored that our work for CASA and Doughnut Vault is being considered for TED's 2011 Ads Worth Spreading competition. Described as "TED's initiative to find and foster inventive, inspirational, engaging and spreadable advertising in the digital age,"  the competition is in its second year.  TED Is seeking out compelling ads from diverse areas of interest: "social good", "storytelling" and "brand bravery" are several of the categories from which finalists will be chosen.

We think they're both Ads Worth Spreading, vote for them if you do too!

CASA "One Boy's Story" (watch & vote here)
Mode Project created this PSA via EPIC (Engaging Philanthropy Inspiring Creatives), an organization which helps top-tier creative talent join forces with nonprofit clients. The spot tells of an young boy who was abandoned by his parents, but with the help of a CASA volunteer, is adopted into a loving family.

The Doughnut Vault (watch & vote here)
Produced and Directed by Mode Project, The Doughnut Vault documents the sights and sounds of the Chicago boutique doughnut seller. In November, the film won "Best Super Short" at the Second Annual Chicago Food Film Festival.