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Over the last few years we have made a series of special fundraising videos for GOAL. The latest in that series is now being launched online. Narrated and presented by RTE’s Joe Duffy the film is not just a compelling fundraising tool. It is also a moving and fitting tribute to just some of the brave GOAL volunteers who have lost their lives during the conflict in Syria.
The fourth in our series of special films for Temple Street Hospital Foundation tells the extraordinary story of Bernard Óg. For many years Bernard had to make a 500km round trip to Temple Street from his home in Mayo for life-saving kidney dialysis – a journey he and his family had to make three or four times a week. The film is a moving tribute to the dedication and resilience of his family and a powerful testimony to incredible care and support they received in Temple Street Hospital.
This year’s Trick or Treat for Temple Street was led by a group of amazing young children – all of whom are patients in Temple Street Children’s Hospital. The children featured in the all-new design for one of Temple Street’s landmark fundraising campaigns. Though the look and feel of the campaign has changed the core proposition is still the same compelling call to action to support this fantastic hospital. ‘Princess’ Grace Cogan, one of the campaign’s Trick or Treat heroes also features in the most recent offering from the Living Proof series of videos which we made for Temple Street. You can watch it here.
Ireland is in the middle of the worst housing and homelessness emergency we have ever faced. It is the defining issue of our time. A national housing campaign commissioned us to develop a title/brand and key strategic messaging. Our work had its first successful outing at a major national protest in October.
Our Christmas DM campaign for the good folks in Threshold features the moving story of a single mum, her son who has special needs and his doting assistance dog Rex – and their struggle to find an affordable home to rent.
This is the second year we’ve developed branding, recruitment and marketing materials for NCBI’s fantastic Dine In The Dark event. In participating restaurants, diners wear blindfolds while eating from a mouth-watering menu. The meal becomes a remarkable sensory and fun encounter. This year, we also assisted with restaurant recruitment – and the numbers are up!
We are delighted to have worked on ASI’s collectable cookbook 'A Taste to Remember’ fundraising recipe book which we are hoping will raise many thousands for key ASI services throughout the country. We helped formulate the strategy and sales plan as well design and copy for the publication so fingers crossed it becomes a best seller for Christmas!