Mercury One

Glenn Beck's charitable organizaton Mercury One tasked us to visualize, design, and develop a unique web experience that mobilized people toward action.

The Man Behind the CauseGlenn's Mission

Glenn Beck isn't your typical media figure — in addition to all his many media responsibilities, he passionately champions empowering oppressed people to take action through faith, hope, and charity — a cause we were excited to bolster.

Apart from being a media mogul, Glenn Beck devotes himself to empowering oppressed people worldwide.

Empowering the Downtrodden

Glenn employs Mercury One as his platform for championing these downtrodden people groups to take action through faith, hope, and charity — a cause we were excited to bolster.

Staying on our toes

Rapid response to major news crises became the norm as we worked in tandem with Glenn's talented team.

Never Again is Now

The savage victimization of families of terrorism in the Middle East was the driving force behind the creation of Mercury One's Never Again is Now campaign. Our objective in this effort was to reinforce vetted anti-terror partner organizations by creating a compelling site that focused on raising funds, spreading awareness, and rallying volunteers.

The Mission

Our objective in this effort was to reinforce vetted anti-terror partner organizations by creating a compelling site that focused on raising funds, spreading awareness, and rallying volunteers.

Joining Forces

In conjunction with on-the-ground efforts, our online push to rally support made more than a dent in stopping worldwide terror.

  • 20,000-30,000 people were assembled on the anniversary of Dr. King's march in Birmingham, Alabama to advocate an end to violent injustice.
  • The goal of 10 million in private funds was toppled by 3 million, enabling 149 Iraqi Christian refugees safely find asylum in Slovakia.
  • Pastors, nationwide, were organized en masse to volunteer and receive materials that illuminated the present violent crisis.

The Impact

  • 20,000-30,000 people were assembled on the anniversary of Dr. King's march in Birmingham, Alabama to advocate an end to violent injustice.
  • The goal of 10 million in private funds was toppled by 3 million, enabling 149 Iraqi Christian refugees safely find asylum in Slovakia.
  • Pastors, nationwide, were organized en masse to volunteer and receive materials that illuminated the present violent crisis.