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Our Favorite Things
You gotta be dogged to get your cause in top magazines. We wooed editors for a year to share the McKesson Foundation's Giving Comfort program. It worked. Oprah & Shape both featured the cancer comfort kits, which have brought a dose of comfort to 1000s of patients who need all they can get.
The With Syria Coalition
Using satellite images of a darkening Syria, we helped a coalition turn the global media's attention (NYT, PBS, NPR, Buzzfeed, Reuters) back to the plight of civilians whose stories were fading into obscurity.
Last year, M+R helped our clients raise $159 million.
For 11 years (11! We know!) M+R has helped Oxfam America grow an integrated and inspiring online fundraising and advocacy program that has raised $81 million in our first 10 years together. They're amazing. We're proud.
Everyone knows Alzheimer’s sucks but not enough was being done to stop it. 70,000 Facebook supporters and 100s of client media hits later, the U.S. has a presidentially signed plan to stop the disease.
Ask us about that one time our CEO was arrested with Members of Congress.
Does your campaign need a new name? We do that.
Wildlife Conservation Society
We are in awe of elephants and are sickened that 96 are killed every day. We're working online and with partners to pressure international leaders to end elephant poaching. President Obama and Secretary Clinton have already joined the fight.
We Stand With Planned
When a bunch of mostly men in Congress thought they knew what was best for women's health, we used online actions, emails, social media, mobile tactics and even a big pink bus to smack them back to reality.
“Yes, and…” (The best brainstorming rule we learned from Tina Fey).
Hard to believe, but it’s been 10 years since NYC's smoke-free workplace law took effect with our help. M+R is proud to still play a role passing 2 new landmark laws in NY in 2013!
Today's crazy idea is tomorrow's best practice.
To win, you have to apply more pressure than your opponent.
Power to the People
Stand With Montanans
We put boots on the ground to stop dark money flooding Montana’s elections. The campaign was featured on PBS and in the New York Times. With an amazing 75% of the vote, Montana voters made it official: Corporations are not people in Montana.
Kiobel vs Shell
The Supremes voted against us 9-0. But we won big in the court of public opinion by sparking a convo about corporate human rights abuse with NYT, WSJ, and USA Today opinions all on the same day.