A Not-for-profit Advertising Agency

Oxymoron is a non-profit advertising agency based in San Francisco, CA. We are a collective of agency professionals working on a pro bono basis, to create ideas and content that bring attention to massively worthy causes, with minuscule budgets.

Our work has been recognized by Cannes Lions, The One Show, D&AD Awards, Art Directors Club, Andy Awards, Clios, and The Webbys - earning free media coverage from NYT, Wall Street Journal, ABC World News Tonight, The Tonight Show, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Ellen, Yahoo!, HuffPo, Mashable, FastCo, Vulture, Forbes, Upworthy, and many more.

To discuss the possibility of our creating work for your cause, please email jakepreilly@gmail.com.


"How to be Invisible"

There are 45,000 homeless youth each night in America. Our short film for Larkin Street Youth Services exposes why that might come as a surprise to most people in this country.



Nimble, visual storytelling

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Disrupt and engage

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No media necessary

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"Spend More This Christmas"

Our social experiment for The Salvation Army takes aim at holiday consumerism.

"How to be invisible"

$70,000 increase in donations
1100% increase in video views
900% increase in follower growth

"We need fame control"

Earned media from: Mashable, HuffPo, Creativity Online
Featured on: Google Creative Labs 'Pick of the Day'



Working with polotical campaign spending advacacy group Open Secrets, we shed light on some of the dark truths of American politics in these quick-hit social videos.


"We Need Fame Control"

Spree killings have become commonplace, it's time for a new approach.

  • San Francisco, CA, United States