We organize creative projects for impact. We don’t make any money. We don’t even do this full time. But every project is worth it — to give our industry moments that make the world just a little bit better.
And honestly, it's not just about the work. It's about the for-good community that's been built, and the face lift that each experience offers to the cities we visit and our shared industry. You should join us.
Sprints that inspire community and give our industry the opportunity to give back using their professional talents. Over 72 hours, we gather the best of a city at some of the world’s most reputable agencies to work on for-good projects together.
Projects that stir hearts and jumpstart action. Our team is chock full of some of the industry’s most passionate people, and the things we care about most bubble to the surface as advocacy projects for creative professionals across the nation to champion.
We started this project so we could give back to the world somehow. And yeah — most people want to do good in the world. But sometimes it's hard. It doesn't feel sustainable when you've got a day job and people depending on you. Bills and responsibilities and rent and all that can be overwhelming.
We totally get it. But there are many different ways to do good. And we want to make it as simple as possible for our industry to get good things done. It doesn't have to be complicated. A little bit of good is always worth it. We believe that much.
This process reinvigorates our creative industry by infusing humility into craft and allowing ourselves to step back and see our potential to design for humanity on a more often.”
Matt Faulk, CEO at BASIC
We always talk about breaking the rules in our industry, but perhaps forcing a 72-hour environment of talented, versatile strangers aligned on a cause is the most effective way to do so.”
Ryan Berman, Founder and Author (Courageous)
If strangers can collaborate together like this, what else is possible? I leave this weekend, feeling like I’ve been working with everyone for years. What a powerful experience.”
Gina Asaro-Collura, SVP Creative Director (FCB)
The fast fashion industry thrives on the promise of cheap and disposable, trendy clothing. But it's killing the world.
It's very simple. Immigrants should be valued not by the contribution, but their humanity.
People who live, work and play in America's most polluted environments are commonly people of color and the poor.
The creative industry is overwhelmingly white. The expansion and diversification of the creative class is desperately needed.
Do we really need to explain? Please hit us up. Let's do something cool together.
Ava is one of the few people telling the stories that the world needs to hear.
Get outside — if more people did it, society would be better off. At least, we think so.
The magic of fairy tales, the heroism of superpowers, the constant exploration of imagined worlds. We're into it.
How Can You Help?
You are a designer, developer, copywriter, strategist, videographer, motion designer, or a combo of everything.
You are a decision-maker for a creative, brand, or advertising agency, and want to learn how to collaborate.
You are a brand-side decision-maker, and want to learn how to collaborate on a project.
You represent a nonprofit organization, and want to work together as a partner or beneficiary.