We create socially-conscious campaigns
that inform, inspire and influence.
This month we joined NRG for another solar project in Haiti. Stay tuned for upcoming work, but for now, check out what we’ve already accomplished:
We’re thrilled to share a PSA on Team Rubicon we made for our Spike TV’s Hire a Vet campaign!
We teamed up Spike TV’s Hire A Veteran with the Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes to create the Small business in America and hoping to inspire small businesses that aren’t currently hiring vets to start.
We’re proud to have partnered with Burness Communications, the Gates Foundation, DSW and the animation team at Smart Bubble Society on a film that has made a remarkable impact on lives across the globe. Thanks in large measure to this piece the EU’s Industry, Research, and Energy (ITRE) Committee voted to continue funding of R&D for poverty-related and neglected diseases.
Toyota teamed up with the Community Kitchen & Food Pantry in West Harlem, New York City to help serve their clients faster and better
It’s been a busy Fall at Found Object, filming solar energy jobs stories with NRG Energy and Toyota community service projects with Food Bank NYC. We also just launched a Kickstarter campaign for a prison documentary, The Life and Mind of Mark DeFriest. Check them out!
Continuing our work on Spike TV: Hire a Vet, in cooperation with Monster Headphones and Best Buy, we were proud to help launch the Hire a Vet-branded DNA Headphones in support of our veteran organization partners IAVA, Got Your 6 and Goodwill Industries.
We’re excited and proud to have just completed a year long solar energy documentary project with NRG Energy in Haiti
Our Haiti film on the commitment between NRG Energy, Solar Electric Light Fund and Partners in Health to provide solar energy for schools, agriculture and micro-enterprises was shown at the Opening Plenary of Clinton Global Initiative 2011.
In collaboration with CHF and Generousitas, Found Object produced an animated film to help launch a movement to Share the Care.