TEAM D - MVDM 02 - Asociación Pato Amarillo
Pato Amarillo es la iniciativa popular es capaz de conseguir ayudar a personas y familias en riesgo de exclusión social, y llegar allí donde las instituciones no son capaces.
Pato Amarillo Asociación Pato Amarillo Donaciones Madrid Orcasitas Orcasur
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TEAM D – MVDM 02

Anakaren Gomez | Bárbara Almeida Ladeia | Julia Alves de Lima | Leopold W. Hofmann | Melis Güçel | Sara Gonçalves

MUJERES FUERTES, IMPACTOS FUERTES

PHASE 1 – POLISHING OUR TOUCHPOINTS

NEW WEBSITE
INSTITUTIONAL VIDEO

To polish the main touchpoint of the NGO, we built a new website with a modern and clear layout, intended to be more informative and engaging. Based in a Content Management System, the website can be update by themselves when the campaign is over.

In order to teach them how to manipulate the platform, we are offerning them a short training, in order to give them autonomy to keep updating when it is necessary.

An institutional video, showing in a documentary style how does Asociación Pato Amarillo works, from the point of view of the atendees and volunteers. The story inspires a hero journey, from the Drug Crisis in the 80s, when the NGO started up to nowadays, where some atendees structured their lives and become volunteers.

From this institutional video we already start to put Mother’s Love in context and also offer the tagline Ayuda a Quién Ayuda. This video is intended to last long, after the end of the campaign.

PHASE 2 – MAKING NOISE

LANDING PAGE

The Landing Page of the campaign is the main touch point to the actual donation to the renovation of the building.

The main call to action must lead to the crowdfunding platform. It will be linked to all the posts during the campaign. The Patometro is a gaming component to engage people around the target.

Also in the Landing Page, people will be invited to help Pato Amarillo in different ways and, also, the institutional video will show the story of the NGO.

GO TO THE LANDING PAGE
SHORT INTERVIEWS

Three short interviews with the founder, Pilar Aural, and two volunteers are building the concept of women’s strength how much hard times can encourage high impact attitudes. Teasers will be posted on social media in Pre-Campaign Phase and the whole interviews are going to be posted on the weeks following the Mother’s Day.

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SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY

The core of our launch strategy depends on Pato Amarillo’s social media fanpages. All video pieces will be released through this point of contact together with supporting material regarding the specific launch campaign and more generic institutional awareness pieces. The main buzz around the campaign will happen in the 3 initial weeks following the big launch on Mother’s Day. On the following weeks we will sustain the message through static posts and informative materials regarding the IE talks event.

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PHASE 3 – KEEPING THE BUZZ

For the third and final stage, we wanted to create an impactful movement, interconnecting our past works to motivate people engaging in Pato Amarillo’s powerful cause. We considered and reviewed many different ideas including organizing an event with influencers at IE to reach a wider audience, but because of technical difficulties, we finally agreed upon the idea of creating a movement, which will reflect the soul of our main claim “Strong Women, Strong Impact”.
That’s how we came up with the idea of posting selfies while imitating the famous pose of Rosie the Riveter “We Can Do”, which also reflects the inner strength of each and every woman.
After the ideation process, we started to share both our own selfies and selfies coming from Pato Amarillo and outside acquaintances. Also, by sharing our selfies from both our own Instagram and Facebook profiles and Pato Amarillo’s official Instagram and Facebook profile, we encourage our followers to share their own selfies with the hashtag “Strong Women, Strong Impact”.