Where some see the aftermath of a superstorm, Architecture for Humanity sees an American classic rebuilt to be more resilient than before. #whatdoyousee http://bit.ly/ZZwmuP
Campaign Brief Sample 1
Everyone has a vision for their community...What do you see for yours? Where others see poverty, blight, and the aftermath of natural disaster, Architecture for Humanity sees the possibility of a beautiful place.
Architecture for Humanity is an international not for profit architecture and design services firm, committed to building a more sustainable future using the power of design. Through a large global network of building professionals, Architecture for Humanity brings every part of design, construction, and development services to communities in need. Visit architectureforhumanity.org/whatdoyousee to tell us what you see, and learn how you can help make the vision come to life for communities in need worldwide.
Architecture for Humanity
848 Folsom St. Ste 201
San Francisco, CA 94107
Campaign Brief Sample 2
We wanted to reach out to you to tell you about our end of year campaign, called "What do you see?". Given the post-Superstorm Sandy devastation that is still affecting so many on the eastern sea board as we head into this winter season, we wanted to learn how people there envisioned the rebuilding of their communities.
This vision for a better, healthier community isn't limited to areas that are afflicted by major disaster, however. Everyone sees the potential for change in the places they love, everyone sees a better reality for their community.
The many answers to the "What do you see?" question exemplify the nature of the projects we love to work on every day, from community centers to better stairwells that will keep out the rain, to a grocery store that comes to you, we use the power of design to make the vision of a better place a reality for thousands of people we work with.
Where others see numerous costal community destroyed by a superstorm, we see a waterfront and a boardwalk being built back just as beautiful and even more resilient than before.
Where other see a slum settlement, we see the opportunity to save lives by providing basic services such as water, sanitation, and power.
Where some see poverty, blight, and the aftermath of natural disaster, at Architecture for Humanity we see a solution for your community using the power of design.
So tell us, when others see the place you love as it is now: What do you see?. #whatdoyousee
Our Accomplishments This Year
So far this year at Architecture for Humanity, we have:
Provided space for 66,230 additional people to live, work, heal, and play in structures designed, built, or funded by Architecture for Humanity
Responded to and started our 5-point long-term reconstruction plan - in collaboration with our partners at the AIA and elsewhere - to address the needs of thousands on the East Coast who experienced first hand the devastation of Hurricane Sandy
Responded to and started long-term reconstruction for the thousands on the East Coast who experienced first hand the devastation of Hurricane Sandy Completed the construction of 24 community-focused projects in 14 countries including schools, clinics, housing infrastructure and sports-community centers
Funded the work of 33 design professionals in 17 different countries to collaborate on year-long community-based architecture projects
Solicited 148 innovative proposals from around the world to revitalize decommissioned military bases and chose 13 winners to exhibit at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale
Shared the humanitarian design work of more than 100 organizations from around the world in a comprehensive reference book called Design Like You Give a Damn 
Provided the forum for more than 250 design professionals to share innovative ideas at our third annual humanitarian design conference: Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE!
Continued the important work we do for our partners in the US, Haiti, Africa, and Japan.