Together we can make dreams come true this Christmas!
Josie’s Dragonfly Trust are a wonderful charity who work tirelessly to create happy memories which make a positive and very real difference to the lives of young cancer patients. The work they do is truly inspiring, as they aim to make patients’ ‘Dragonfly Dreams’ a reality, allowing them to create precious and lasting memories together with their families – in the limited time they have left.
We were first introduced to the trust in 2016, when our founder’s son was at Durham University and we were sponsoring its annual Fashion Show. Following the success of the event, and substantial local media coverage, Jane from Josie’s Dragonfly Trust got in touch with the loveliest email asking us to share our marketing knowledge and experience. Sam, our director, was so taken by the email that she immediately agreed to support the wonderful work they do.
Since then, we’ve been providing complimentary marketing and design services, supporting the trust with various activities and generally advising them on how best to manage their social media presence – all to help increase the reach and awareness of their worthy cause. This year, we created a series of unique and beautiful illustrations to reflect the amazing work they do – and the brave young people they help.
These illustrations have since developed further into Facebook adverts – and throughout December, we have been crafting an emotive social media campaign strategy for the trust, and helping them to implement this. By combining the imagery with engaging copy to tug at people’s heart strings, we hope to persuade and encourage people to donate this festive season – ultimately making an incredible difference to the number of people Josie’s Dragonfly Trust are able to support.
A TIME FOR GIVING
Whilst there are so many worthy causes all in need of support, we naturally want to help make these young cancer patients’ dreams come true this Christmas, ensuring they leave their mark on the world in the limited time they have left.
So if you’d like to support the trust, why not forgo a traditional present this year, and give a truly special gift instead?