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The Kresge Foundation

Millions of students eligible for financial aid do not fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – leaving billions of dollars on the table and their potential unfulfilled. The Kresge Foundation asked, could stories help encourage more students to fill out the FAFSA?

Compassion & Choices

For 20 years, advocates worked unsuccessfully to provide a legal option for terminally ill people in California with six months or less to live to request life-ending medication. How could they succeed in a state as racially and ethnically diverse as California?

Amnesty International

For more than 50 years, Amnesty International's communications approach named world leaders violating human rights and shamed that person until they changed their behavior. But what approach would persuade today’s leaders who enjoy being named and have no shame?

Superpowers for Social Change

Wonder’s network of strategists represent an evolution in social-change communications. We are independent experts in messaging, storytelling, psychology and public-opinion research.

Wonderlab

Hope, not fear: A new model for communicating human rights

In 2017, my own approach to communications has completely changed. Having spent the last few months diving into the latest...
May 17, 2018

How Donors Decide: Lessons From a Year of Exploring Donor Attitudes on Long Island

Picture Susan: a woman sitting in front of her computer at home on Long Island, New York. Stirring her tea, she...
May 17, 2018

Americans Are Heartwired to Love the Ocean

“The ocean does something to your spirit,” an African-American woman from Charlotte, North Carolina volunteered during a focus group. “You...
May 16, 2018