Vitamin Angels is a California-based nonprofit helping cure child malnutrition around the world through Vitamin A supplementation, deworming, and prenatal multivitamins.
When two new studies came out which showed jaw-dropping efficacy rates for prenatal multivitamins, they knew it was time to start the rallying cry— to educate, turn gears for policy change, and fundraise to save newborn lives.
They came to us to tell the story and rally people digitally.
We conceived a complete digital fundraising campaign for a nonprofit solving child malnutrition, bringing to life a business pivot and their biggest advocacy campaign to date.
After digesting the latest ground-breaking health literature into a simple story with personal touches, we rallied support for prenatal health for mother and child in a full digital campaign.
We needed a simple, emotional story that’s backed with medical accuracy.
So, we distilled complex health studies into the 3 most compelling numbers that told a narrative.
These young lives could be saved if mothers and babies had access to affordable, quality health care, good nutrition, and clean water.
Such as premature birth, labor and delivery complications, and preventable infections like sepsis and pneumonia.
…in newborns of anemic mothers. Anemia is a serious and common problem affecting 38% of pregnant women around the world, and can lead to low birth weight and premature birth, which decrease a child’s chance of survival.
Next we added supporting content to build up credibility, and cover the rational and emotional sides of the story.
—Margaret Nicoll, Founder of Maka Digital
We created messaging that’s appropriate to introduce people to a complex topic in a simple way, and encourage action.
We guided the client’s team on how to write goal-focused emails and A/B test, and shaped copy for each segment of the funnel on social media.
We exceeded the previous year’s donations by 100%, and saw a brand lift of 24%.
—Shannon Burke, Director of marketing
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