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Raise To Peak

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14:30 PM | 18 April 2014
by Adam Oldfield
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An award winning piece of student work from students at Berghs that encourages people to help themselves, indirectly helping out people in Laos, Guatemala and Ghana.

Good education is important for everyone, Raise To Peak encourages US school pupils to help give other students a better future by also providing themselves with strong education. People aren't always ready and willing to help others, especially young people.

This idea works well as it helps people to help themselves. Helping other people (and thus the solution to the brief) is a by product of that. Sometimes an indirect way to solving a brief can be more effective and it's always worth exploring different routes.

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