Saw this in the May issue of Fast Company. It accompanied a story about how a creative director at a London ad agency used his talents to do good.

Neil Powell, mentioned CD, decided he wanted to make a difference in the Ugandan infant mortality space. So, he designed this swaddling cloth in order to educate the young, uneducated mothers.

At Gorilla, we love this. We’ve always believed in using our talents to try to make a difference. And while we could volunteer at a local soup kitchen, hospital, nursing home, etc., it seems like we could make such a greater impact by contributing our efforts to marketing for a good cause (opposed to daily volunteering). So, that’s what we do. Friends of Kids with Cancer, Launch St. Louis and Operation Brightside -to name a couple.

Anyway, thought this concept was worth a share.

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