Peta, the non-profit animal rights organisation, has launched a campaign that encourages consumers to lead a vegan lifestyle and avoid turkey this Christmas.
Kids Company, the children's charity, is launching a digital campaign that encourages work colleagues to swap their unwanted Secret Santa gifts.
Age UK, the charity for older people, is encouraging people to donate the money they would spend on a secret Santa gift to the charity.
Save The Children has hired SapientNitro for a major digital transformation project.
Jason Andrews, the executive creative director at Rapp and a judge of the film and TV jury at the DMA Awards, explains why Leo Burnett Change's "second chance" won the DMA Awards Grand Prix.
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Rising fears about the cost of living and the price of housing among people working in the ad industry is helping fuel the number of calls to the industry's charity advice line.
Coeliac UK, the charity for the autoimmune disease triggered by gluten intake, is looking for its first ad agency to put together a campaign to increase diagnosis rates in the UK.
Harry Enfield stars in this year's Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day ad, in a spoof of alcohol brand Southern Comfort's "whatever's comfortable" by Wieden & Kennedy.
Dune, the shoe retailer, has partnered with End Youth Homelessness to encourage shoppers to donate the money they would spend on stocking fillers to the charity.
Prince Harry, Nicole Scherzinger and Paloma Faith are among the celebrities sharing their secrets online as part of a campaign for World Aids Day.
Diana Tickell, the executive director of marketing at Barnardo's, has been named the chief executive of the industry charity Nabs.
Matt Damon, Thandie Newton and Femi Kuti are among the stars to appear in a new film to encourage global leaders to do something about the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
Waking up to Bob Geldof asking for money, again, has made me a tad nostalgic this week, and highlighted the power that comes from having a clear mission.
Macmillan Cancer Support has launched its Christmas TV appeal with a voiceover from the late Lynda Bellingham, who was an ambassador for the charity.
Oxfam has appointed Lida to handle its direct and digital fundraising account.
Samaritans has pulled a Twitter app that monitors social media posts for people in distress after a barrage of complaints and concerns.
Quit, the anti-smoking charity, shows people how much longer they would live if they gave up the habit in a campaign to coincide with the end of British Summer Time.
Greenpeace has appointed Lucky Generals for a global campaign.
The Breast Cancer Campaign "wear it pink" fundraising initiative has crowd-sourced four videos to run across cinema, digital, social media and out-of-home channels.
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