UnLtd finalists for AdNews Agency of the Year Awards announced

Lindsay Bennett
By Lindsay Bennett | 12 February 2016

Six ads have been announced as the shortlist finalists for the UnLtd category for the AdNews Agency of the Year Awards. It's supported by Australia’s not-for-profit representative body for the media, marketing and advertising industry and half of the entry fees go directly to UnLtd.

UnLtd provide support to charity partners who specialise in working with young children at risk.

The award goes to best charity or pro-bono work created in the last year and is decided by the AdNews team and UnLtd.

All will be revealed at the awards ceremony on 3 March. Need tickets? You can buy them here.

Here's the shortlist:

Unconventional Oven – Kidsafe by DDB Melbourne
Melanoma Likes Me – Melanoma Patients Australia, GPY&R Melbourne
Game of Balls – The Blue Ball Foundation by M&C Saatchi
Fading Symphony – Motor Neurone Disease Australia by The Works Sydney
Myki Donation – Public Transport Victoria by GPY&R Melbourne 
Ugly Xmas Rashie – Cancer Council Queensland by Rumble Creative & Media

Watch them below:

Unconventional Oven – Kidsafe by DDB Melbourne

Melanoma Likes Me – Melanoma Patients Australia, GPY&R Melbourne

Game of Balls – The Blue Ball Foundation by M&C Saatchi

Fading Symphony – Motor Neurone Disease Australia by The Works Sydney

Ugly Xmas Rashie – Cancer Council Queensland by Rumble Creative & Media

Myki Donation – Public Transport Victoria by GPY&R Melbourne

Who do you think will take home the award? Comment below.

The full list of AdNews Agency of the Year Awards is here.

Earlier in the year we spoke to UnLtd CEO Steve Taitoko about the non-for-profit organisation. Check out the Q&A.

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