Scream Agency Announces 20 in 20 Giveaway

Scream Agency 20 in 20 Giveaway
Scream Agency to donate $20K of in-kind services in 2020 to one lucky winner.

**THIS GIVEAWAY HAS NOW ENDED. THANK YOU ALL FOR SUBMITTING.**

In the spirit of giving this holiday season (and because we are a B Corp), we at Scream Agency are launching the 20 in 20 Campaign where we are donating $20,000 of Scream Agency in-kind marketing/creative services in 2020 to an organization that is doing purposeful work and looking for in-kind creative help to make positive impact/change in our community.

Examples could include a brand product launch that will improve the environment, a social impact service that helps at-risk women and girls thrive, a corporate social responsibility (CSR) program that needs help getting off the ground, an arts organization that creates impact, and more. You tell us. Enter to win our 20 in 20 Donation by 2/20/20!

Submit your pitch here: https://www.screamagency.com/20in20/

Contest ends: midnight, 2/20/2020. Acceptable methods of entry: online. Winner(s) will be selected and notified by 2/28/2020. In-kind donation will be Scream Agency services including:

  • Consulting/Strategy¬†
  • Marketing
  • Branding/Creative

Who qualifies? Any brand/organization, B Corp, nonprofit, corporation, or individual who is looking to create change/impact.

See contest rules in the pitch page. This in-kind donation does not include out-of-pocket consulting or traveling for out-of-state work. For more information, email info@screamagency.com.

1 thought on “Scream Agency Announces 20 in 20 Giveaway”

  1. Dang. Too late to submit I see – do you have enough applications, or would you consider one more? Would LOVE to try.

    We just launched our meditation app and trainer at CES in January (Time Magazine picked us as one of the top 25 products from the show!), and have been a little flat out scaling out little startup.

    Among many hats I wear, I am responsible for developing our plan for how to be socially responsible, and am currently leaning towards supporting stressed middle and high schoolers with Core.

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