For the past few months, the Ford Fiesta Movement has been in full swing, with 100 selected “agents” around the country completing missions based on monthly themes, while testing out the 2010 Fiesta ahead of its launch next summer. This month, the theme is Social Activism, and in keeping with that, they’ve teamed up with Mashable’s Summer of Social Good program to raise money for four charities: Livestrong, Oxfam, the Humane Society, and the WWF. Helping out is easy: just check out the Top 10 YouTube Videos for Social Good, and then retweet the article. The Fiesta agents will be donating $1.50 per retweet, up to $3,000. After the jump, check out some of our favorites from the list, as well as the third monthly mission video from Flavorpill.
Meanwhile, last month’s mission theme was Style & Design, and for this one, we went to check out NYC’s much-hyped High Line. The mission brief: “Urban renewal, abandoned train tracks, public space design, and an elevated park… are you intrigued? It’s all part of NYC’s High Line project that’s greening the city’s industrial history. Learn all about it, walk it, and photograph it for everyone to see.”
Here’s what went down:
(Note: Due to an editing snafu, it says Mission #4 at the beginning. This was, in fact, Mission #3. Three down, three to go!)