As part of Lobster’s current #memorydonation campaign in partnership with Alzheimer’s Disease International and Leo Burnett, we are giving out users the opportunity to link and donate their photos and videos from leading social media platforms and drive sources in the name of Alzheimer’s awareness. When licensed, this content creates crucial funds needed to support the 50 million individuals worldwide currently living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia-related illness.
Using the photos and videos to represent memories, members of the Lobster community are using their memories to show support for those that have lost access to their own.
#memorydonation was recently seen in the press thanks to Directory !
Featured as the lead image of this double page spread, the memory below donated by Lobster contributor Sergei Prahov who generously chose to donate all content on Lobster as part of our cause.
When this image was licensed to be used for the magazine, both the 75% the Sergei would ordinarily earn plus the 25% that Lobster retains was donated, seeing 100% of all proceeds go directly to Alzheimer’s associations.
The original #memorydonation:
Featured in the magazine:
We want to thank Sergei and all our the other Lobster contributors currently listed their content on Lobster as a donation for our #memorydonation project. We are half way to reaching our goal of 100,000 donations on Lobster and need your help to get there!
Sign up now and add your content to #memorydonation on Lobster
#memorydonation ends at the start of December, don’t miss your chance to be part of an important project for Alzheimer’s awareness.
Find more information on how #memorydonation works in our FAQs or on lobster.media/memory
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