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.


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.