ENTERTAINMENT

CK&D has a long and successful background in entertainment and media. Our experience and relationships within the “industry” give us a unique perspective for our clients unlike any other company working in cause and social responsibility today.

 

Charged to re-energize Go Red for Women, CK&D enlisted Elizabeth Banks to direct and star in a new educational campaign.  Just a Little Heart Attack remains the American Heart Association most successful and powerful educational tool to help women understand the warning signs of a heart attack.


With the Easterseals new directive to change the way the world views disability, CK&D has created an entertainment strategy that has galvanized widespread industry engagement around actionable opportunities for disability inclusion in entertainment, including the Easterseals Disability Film Challenge.

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Unscripted.  Sometimes the unrehearsed testimonial is the best way to shine light, inspire and bring hope to people living with blood cancer. With Michael C. Hall’s help, there was a significant uptick in participation and giving at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night walks nationwide.   


Words put into action. Comedian Ken Jeong recounts his experience administering Hands-only CPR to a fan and shares with Ellen’s audience that he was the lead in Staying Alive, a humorous, but life-saving, social media campaign for the American Heart Association created by CK&D.