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It's like the difference between a zebra and a pomegranate. 

 

Charities, very broadly, are organisations which do work on a not-for-profit basis in order to improve something which they think the public and commercial sectors don't do enough for.  Public information is.. information, which is for the public.

 

I hope that helps :)

But as advertisements, they seem very similar, seriously.

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It's like the difference between a zebra and a pomegranate. 

 

Charities, very broadly, are organisations which do work on a not-for-profit basis in order to improve something which they think the public and commercial sectors don't do enough for.  Public information is.. information, which is for the public.

 

I hope that helps :)

But as advertisements, they seem very similar, seriously.

 

Neither are advertising for the purposes of selling products to the consumer, they're both more socially motivated.  Public information broadcasts are there to inform the public (well, duh) - usually in some sort of instructive way.  While charities that are advertising are usually appealing for funding in an overly mawkish, sentimental way.  How are the ads similar?  They're only similar in what they're not, they're not claiming to make your life better than it was through buying a certain product.

 

Do your own bloody homework, FFS :)

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