This research investigates the interaction effects of factors, namely, advertiser awareness, advertisement appeal, and customer involvement and need for cognition, selected from the parties involved in public service advertisement. Manipulating the participant’s involvement, attitude toward the advertisement and the advertiser and intention to donate according to 2 (awareness)X2 (cognitive/affective appeal) factors were surveyed. In result, participants with high involvement were relatively less affected by advertiser awareness. Also, high need for cognition indicated less effect of advertiser awareness on intention to donate. Moreover, when cognitive appeal is used, advertiser awareness affected less on consumers’ attitude toward the advertisement and the advertiser and intention to donate. Further issues on changing customers’ attitudes and behaviors are discussed.