Cause for creativity

Creativity has the power to change the world – and we want to use that power for good.
Still from a film showing a woman with injuries
Still from our film for The Dahlia Project, raising awareness of female genital mutilation.

Creativity has the power to change the world – and we want to use that power for good with our pro bono collaborations.

Creativity inspires new ways of looking at challenges, igniting new perspectives that you would otherwise not see.  

We’re not only fortunate enough to get to work with some of the biggest players in the professional services industry, we also get to use the skills we’re passionate about to create awareness and promote the causes we believe in.

From our #TakesBalls campaign spotlighting early detection of testicular cancer in partnership with the Josh Carrick Foundation in 2019, to our work raising awareness of female genital mutilation in association with Leyla Hussein and The Dahlia Project in 2018, and our New York Art Start initiative in 2016, changing the lives of vulnerable children through art, we continue to show the power that creativity can have.

When it comes to supporting causes that are dear to our hearts, the power of creativity means so much more.


Working with The Dahlia Project to help fight FGM.

The New York Art Start initiative, changing the lives of vulnerable children through art.

#TakesBalls campaign with The Josh Carrick Foundation, highlighting early detection of testicular cancer.

Interested in having creativity help your cause? Contact us.

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