Student: Sarah Hermosillo School: Arizona State University 2nd Place, Print
Student: Allie McGuffin School: Arizona State University 2nd Place, Digital Image
Student: Claudia Forero and Alexandra Estrella School: Arizona State University 2nd Place, Video
Student: Logan Payne School: Arizona State University
Student: Katie Moston, Anna Loncar, and Taylor Silva School: University of Alabama
Student: Kaitlyn Boyd School: Arizona State University
Student: Bradley Parks, Shannon Sweatt, Megan Perkins, Raine Yip School: The University of Alabama Description: Although all donations are accepted, donating cash will help much more in providing service to all.
Student: Sacha Rady, Caroline Largey, Courtney Scarboro, Megan Purcell School: The University of Alabama Description: Cash is more beneficial because it is more flexible than goods.
Student: Ana Hernandez School: Arizona State University Description: Showing how cash can convert to goods that the victims need instead of passing used clothing.
Noah Andersen – Arizona State University Cash has always been fast. But now it’s faster than ever. Digital monetary donations are the best way to support disaster victims because they are fast, sustainable, and flexible.