A short while ago, goa announced that they would be offering Australian community organisations up to $1 million in free media space during 2017, as a part of their Community Partnerships Program (CPP).
Now, after a record number of entries, goa has unveiled which companies made the cut for the shortlist.
The Community Partnerships Program involves community organisations pitching their campaign ideas to a creative brief which is supplied by goa. If chosen, these organisations will be given access to thousands of dollars of free media space over the course of 2017.
In no particular order, here’s the shortlist:
- Act for Kids
- Great Barrier Reef Foundation
- Anglicare Southern Queensland in co-operation with Khemistry
- Brisbane Writers Festival in co-operation with Redsuit Advertising
- MDA Ltd
- YMCA Brisbane
- Heart Foundation
- Queensland Writers Centre
Not only did goa receive record numbers of entries, the calibre of the proposals put forward was especially high with some entrants really pushing the envelope in terms of vision and engagement with their target audience. goa is excited about the opportunity to partner with some of these organisations and begin producing campaigns together in 2017.
goa will be in discussions with the shortlisted organisations over the next two weeks and the successful organisations will be announced in December 2016.
Visit www.goa.com.au for more information on the CPP.