Ad 2 DC Public Service

Ad 2’s Public Service initiative distinguishes Ad 2 from other industry-related organizations. Since the early 1960’s, Ad 2 chapters from across the country have been providing pro-bono advertising and marketing campaigns to non-profit organizations in their local communities. Together, Ad 2 chapters have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, secured millions in donated media and increased volunteers for numerous organizations. To date, over 300 non-profit marketing campaigns have been executed by Ad 2 chapters. Campaigns are showcased each year at the AAF National Conference during the Ad 2 National Public Service Competition. Check out the Ad 2 Public Service video to learn more: Ad 2 DC is proud to handpick one local DC metro area non-profit each year to receive a fully-integrated pro-bono marketing campaign that includes marketing collateral, media, public relations and more. For the 2013-2014 year, Ad 2 DC worked with the Washington Literacy Center, providing the client with advertising, social media, public relations, fundraising and infrastructure support. In addition to the campaign itself, the non-profit and the new advertising efforts are showcased at the AAF National Conference during the Ad 2 National Public Service Competition in which it placed Second overall. If you’re a 501c3 organization and are interested in receiving a marketing campaign from Ad 2 DC, please download the application here and send to [email protected] (Lauren Jennings and Kate Sobel: co-chairs) with any questions you may have.​: Download Application or visit to apply as an Ad 2 DC or CREATE candidate. Check out the non-profits Ad 2 DC has helped: 2013-2014: Washington Literacy Center 2012-2013: Our House 2011-2012: A Space of Her Own 2010-2011: Dreams for Kids DC 2009-2010: Teaching for Change

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Post date: May 28, 2015
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Which chapter of the American Advertising Federation is the fairest of them all?
Why, DC Ad Club, of course!
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