“tl;dr“? – PLEASE DONATE NOW on our secure group page at the Humanitarian Coalition. The latest news from the Philippines is grim: thousands dead, millions affected by shortages of food, water, shelter and medicine. Super Typhoon Haiyan has devastated the Pacific nation, leading to an international mobilization of supplies and relief workers. Acart Communications… Continue reading Acart Cares about the Philippines #Haiyan #Fundraising
Are women drunk drivers different from men? A report just released by our client, Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF), for The Century Council points to some troubling trends among North American women who drive after drinking too much. While men still do most of the drunk driving, the number of women arrested is on the… Continue reading Infographic: Why women drive drunk (and what we can do about it)
Contrast Checker tool is a free, quick and easy way to ensure your web designs will be easier to navigate and accessible to a larger audience, particularly to those with visual challenges. Want to see if your colour choices will pass the test? Just select (or input) your website’s foreground and background colours. Contrast Checker… Continue reading Introducing Our New Tool: Contrast Checker
Traffic Injury Research Foundation, Toyota Foundation and Acart Communications partnered to launch a safer driving initiative that teaches Canadians how to use their vehicles’ advanced safety features more effectively. Branded “Brain on Board,” the campaign is a reaction to research that shows some safety features are leading to overconfident — rather than safer — driving.… Continue reading Brain on Board: A new kind of road safety campaign
As part of their commitment to passenger safety, YRT works with York Regional Police to prevent verbal, physical and sexual harassment of passengers by other passengers. While this is not currently a particular problem in York Region (compared to other Canadian urban regions), the campaign is intended as proactive measure to deter potential abusers, by ensuring them that they will be caught by on-board cops and prosecuted, as well as an invitation to bystanders to be part of the solution.
The Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists(CAMRT), has recently been recognized with an “Associations Make a Better Canada” award for its Acart-created brand and public information campaign.
Check out our brand new Social Issues Marketing campaign to change the national conversation about impaired driving. It’s a partnership with longtime clients Traffic Injury Research Foundation and Brewers Association of Canada, as well as Arrive Alive and The Student Life Education Company.