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Moore receives 20 Telly Awards for excellence in production and storytelling for nonprofit clients

Moore, a leading constituent experience management company, is proud to announce they have received 20 Telly Awards for their nonprofit client work. Telly Award winners represent some of the most respected advertising agencies, television stations, production companies and publishers from around the world.


Moore would like to congratulate the following clients on their 2023 Telly Awards:


American Heart Association, “Jeff’s Story

  • (2) Bronze Winner – Public Service/PSA & Fund Raising and Appeals

charity: water, “Gisèle” and “Not So Far Away

  • (2) Silver Winner – Writing

  • (2) Bronze Winner – Fund Raising and Appeals

Children International, “Little Dancer

  • Silver Winner – Public Service/PSA

Covenant House, “I Didn’t Ask

  • Bronze Winner – Branded Content Campaign: Not-for-Profit

Disabled American Veterans, “DAV: Thank-You Booth

  • Silver Winner – Fund Raising and Appeals

John 3:16 Mission, “The Way Home

  • Gold Winner – Fund Raising and Appeals

  • Silver Winner – Directing

No Kid Hungry, “The Difference

  • Bronze Winner – Fund Raising and Appeals

Paralyzed Veterans of America, “All In

  • Bronze Winner – Public Service/PSA

Shriners Hospitals for Children, “Happy and You Know It,” “Yes We Can” and “Fezzyville

  • (3) Silver Winner – Use of Music, Writing & Fund Raising and Appeals

  • (2) Bronze Winner – Fund Raising and Appeals

St. Joseph’s Indian School, “Path Out of Poverty

  • Bronze Winner – Public Service/PSA

The Nature Conservancy, “The Seedling

  • Bronze Winner – Fund Raising and Appeals

Moore was also nominated for a 2023 Heartland Emmy Award for public service announcement, “The Way Home,” created for client John 3:16 Mission. “The Way Home” depicts how John 3:16 Mission is a safe shelter for those needing help to make changes in their lives. The nonprofit offers a wide range of ministry programs that make a significant impact in the lives of those experiencing hunger, homelessness and at-risk in the Tulsa community.


“Thank you to The Telly Awards and Heartland Emmy Awards for recognizing the talented Moore storytellers, editors, copywriters, producers, account managers, camera operators, lighting crews, sound engineers, media buyers, PSAdirect strategists and so many more who worked to bring these productions to life,” said Gretchen Littlefield, chief executive officer of Moore. “These awards are a great opportunity to celebrate our talented team and most importantly recognize the accomplishments of our clients who make a lasting impact across the globe. We are honored to tell their stories.”


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