You can help to save lives and reduce human suffering after disasters by sharing proven guidance within your community, schools, parishes, sororities and fraternities about needs-based assistance and how Smart Compassion does more good for more people more quickly and with less hassle and expense for donors and relief workers. Sound good? It is enormously good. Here are a few tools to get started:
Repurpose with a purpose
- Want to localize the message? Select one of our print PSAs to convey the best way for your community to support international disaster relief. You can customize the PSA to suit the needs of your organization or a local effort. Also, be sure to visit USAID CIDI’s “Guidelines” for sharing with others who want to do lasting good in the most effective ways.
These tools in your hands can make a positive difference for people affected by disasters, and for others like you who want to help. Thank you for partnering with us and with relief workers everywhere to save lives and reduce human suffering all over the world.
Print Public Service Announcements
Online Banner Ads
Customizable Print Public Service Announcements
Add details on about your own fundraising event and add your organization’s logo to these customizable PSAs.
NOTE: Click in the area above the USAID CIDI logo to add your own text, or to the right of the logo to add an image. Then save the PDF to your computer to save the details. These are sized to easily print on a home or office printer.
More resources for informed giving
Demonstrating Smart Compassion: What You Can Do
You can help to save lives and reduce human suffering after disasters by providing proven guidance within your community, schools, parishes, sororities and fraternities. Sound good? It is enormously good.
Help Where It's
Needed Most Toolkit
This toolkit was developed by the AdCouncil to help organizations effectively communcate the benefits of monetary doantions in support of disaster relief efforts.
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