We all need to be Neale Daniher in new campaign for FightMND via Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
A new campaign, created by Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, for FightMND has launched with a content piece where ambassadors deliver Neale Daniher’s speech for him, in his own inspiring words, calling all Australians to join the fight.
Since Neale Daniher was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in 2013, he has always been the voice of FightMND. But as the disease gradually takes his voice away, now more than ever the charity needs people to step up and lead his fight.
Says Dr. Fiona McIntosh, CEO, FightMND: “As MND takes away Neale’s ability to the be the voice of this fight, it’s time to come together, play on and lead this fight, with actions, not words.
“The work from Clemenger BBDO serves as an emotive call-to-arms for all Australians. When you buy a beanie, you’re helping give hope to people with MND – hope that one day, there will be effective treatments or a cure for this devastating disease.”
In addition to the long-form content, a range of assets were created including an outdoor campaign and digital assets, leveraging ambassadors, including:
- – Max Gawn
- – Taylor Adams
- – Hamish McLachlan
- – Dilruk Jayasinha
- – Geva Mentor
- – Abby Holmes
- – Kevin Sheedy
Says Jim Gall, CEO, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne Group: “Neale Daniher’s story and incredible efforts in the face of extraordinary adversity should be a source of inspiration to us all.
“It is a huge honour to be able to support Neale and the FightMND organisation as it continues its incredibly important work in the fight against a horrible disease.”
Creative Agency: Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
Production Company: Finch
Director: Chris Nelius
Photographer: Christopher Tovo
Post Production: Atticus Studio
Music: Electric Dreams Studios
Sound: SqueakE Clean Studios
That was extremely moving, I love it
Classy stuff from Clems. Well done.
I’m not crying you are
It’s telling that the CEO, not the CCO, is the one making comment.
If it truly was great, both would be talking about this. Bit sick of the separation of creativity and business.
Can’t believe he’s still going. So inspirational.