Voting is now open for the Great Ads for Good exhibition, with two Wunderman Thompson campaigns featured in the Solidarity category – which recognises work that connects with isolated and marginalized communities.

The Great Ads for Good exhibition is part of ACT (Advertising Community Together), encompassing 86 campaigns by 67 agencies from 29 countries, representing 81 advertisers with galleries across the Environmental, Solidarity, Human Rights and Education categories.

Please visit the links below to cast your vote by clicking on the heart on the lower right-hand corner:


Unilever Rexona, Degree Inclusive, Wunderman Thompson Argentina

E-Dina Energy, WaterLight, Wunderman Thompson Colombia


Please note: Voting closes June 30th at 11pm BST.

The campaigns with the most collected votes will be celebrated with an ACT Tribute that will be revealed on July 5th.

ACT Responsible is an international non-profit organization affiliated with the United Nations Global Compact. Its mission is to inspire, promote and unite the advertising communications industry to share good practices on social responsibility and sustainable development. The organisation aims to highlight the power of advertising creativity to raise awareness of social and environmental issues.

ACT Responsible’s actions ensure the visibility of the most creative, powerful and striking communications campaigns to encourage production in these areas. By strengthening the scope of these messages, the association is invested in building a fairer, united and sustainable world.

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