Clients

Our Clients

Proud to Partner With

Wonder partners with social-change leaders ready to disrupt the status quo. Our clients are equally mesmerized by what drives their audience’s behavior and eager to explore where the research takes them. Together, we’ve come to realize that breakthrough strategies require more than filling in the blanks on a Mad-Libs flow chart. Transformative progress on pressing issues comes from uncovering the surprising — and often hidden — motivations that influence audience attitudes. Below is a partial list of clients.

  • Amnesty International
  • Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
  • Auburn Theological Seminary
  • Basic Rights Oregon
  • Bay Area Jewish Healing Center
  • Buck Institute for Education
  • Borealis Philanthropies
  • Campaign for Black Male Achievement
  • Casey Family Programs
  • Center for Youth Wellness
  • Cities United
  • Climate Policy Initiative
  • Color of Change
  • Community Housing Partnership
  • Community Works West
  • Communities for Just Schools Fund
  • Compassion & Choices
  • The David & Lucile Packard Foundation
  • East Oakland Building Healthy Communities
  • Evelyn & Walter Haas Jr. Fund
  • GATE
  • Global Philanthropy Project
  • GreatNonprofits
  • Funders’ Collaborative on Youth Organizing
  • HealthConnect One
  • Hagedorn Foundation
  • Horizons Foundation
  • Human Rights Campaign
  • Insight Center for Community Economic Development
  • interACT
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Marin City Community Services District
  • Mozilla
  • Muslim Advocates
  • National Employment Law Project
  • National Economic & Social Rights Initiative
  • New Venture Fund
  • PolicyLink
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • The San Francisco LGBT Center
  • San Francisco Unified School District
  • Tipping Point Community
  • Transgender Law Center
  • Upwardly Global
  • Youth Radio

Breakthrough Change

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?