Discovery Team "Creates Change" for AWS


10:00pm on Tuesday marked the end of a marathon day for a large number of Discovery employees!  AWS is one of only 40 nonprofits accepted into the first-ever Discovery Impact: Creating Change program where more than 200 employee-volunteers executed complete projects from start to finish in just 12 hours.  Projects ranged anywhere from press releases and social media strategies to websites and PSAs.

A team of very talented and creative Discovery employees worked together to develop an advertising campaign to help raise awareness for our mission and work in the Anacostia Watershed.  AWS Communications Manager Emily Gillespie and Development Coordinator Emily Conrad are heading over to the Discovery Headquarters now to see the final products! 

The images below are from the Discovery Impact: Creating Change Flickr Stream and show a sneak peak of our team working hard on the AWS project:

  

A huge thank you goes out to Discovery for this opportunity and to the great team that worked on our campaign!  These ads will play a key role in helping AWS achieve our mission of restoring the Anacostia River.  Be sure to check back as we will be announcing the campaign's print debut dates and locations as they become available.

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