Over the last nine months we have had the pleasure of working with the Nectar card partnerships team at Aimia on the Loyalty for Good Challenge.
Many of the charities and social enterprises that we work with at Pimp My Cause are looking to sell services to schools. But the decision makers at schools have very little time and are often overwhelmed by approaches.
We matched Catherine up with London Village Network, a grassroots organisation that was established to inspire brilliance amongst young people in London.
Last autumn the International Refugee Trust was one of five causes that gained support from the marketing team at Sony Mobile with developing strategic marketing plans.
To maximise the amount of potential funds raised for their chosen charities they sought pro bono marketing support through Pimp my Cause.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary MAG wanted to create an eye-catching infographic to display their accomplishments in a short and meaningful way.
Public Health England marketers have been working to boost support for three great causes through a new partnership with Pimp My Cause.
The UKs top agency talent is being given the opportunity to solve the strategic marketing and communications challenges of up and coming charities through a new partnership between Pimp My Cause and the IPA.
Aston-Mansfield is a charity at the heart of the Newham community, providing services that support over 2,000 people annually.
Glads House wanted to tell their story using an infographic to highlight their success over a 12 month period to existing and prospect donors.
A key challenge for many of our causes is trying to explain, to a broad audience, how they solve complex problems that require relevant experience to understand.
Paul Skinner wanted to be a matchmaker.But he wasn 't matching would-be Romeos and Juliets
The Racehorse Rescue Centre has received a brand makeover from the design agency Ellipsis as part of our on-going Brand-You collaboration. We've catch up with Ellipsis and the Racehorse Rescue Centre to hear about the result of their work together.
Ken Banks is the author of The Rise of the Reluctant Innovator, the founder of kiwanja.net and FrontlineSMS, an award-winning open source communications solution.
The Marketing Society hosted their Summer for Good Party on July 8th at JWT's rooftop terrace in Knightsbridge to support Marketing for Good with Pimp My Cause.
Blue Ventures requested help with improving the sexual health of the Vezo people of southwest Madagascar, as part of their integrated approach that combines voluntary family planning services with