Achieve your 2020 resolution to use your skills for good

Posted on Jan 05, 2020

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Why not get 2020 off to a perfect start by donating your marketing expertise to a good cause?

To make this as easy as possible we’ll be presenting a new causes each day from January 6th to 12th that needs your marketing expertise to help them achieve the next level of success. You are also welcome to get in touch to receive support with finding a cause to work with that matches your individual interests.

Jan 12th - Marble Hill Playcentres

Marble Hill Playcentres is a charity that believes play is central to every child’s holistic development and they’re committed to helping families achieve a greater level of play in their lives.

They are looking for a graphic designer to help them create a new logo design, colour palette and font that incorporates the concept of children's play.

If you would like to support their work please contact

Jan 11th - A-Star Foundation

A-Star Foundation connects young people with industry professionals and mentors to encourage their passion for sport, music and the arts. Their programmes attract the involvement of industry professionals including well-known footballers and rap artists with the outcome of helping young people into education, training and employment. 

They are looking for marketing support with refreshing their charity’s look and feel.

- Strategic marketing - Branding - Web Development & Design - Social Media Marketing - Public Relations

Jan 10th - Race Against Blood Cancer

Stem cell and bone marrow transplants are now regularly used as a curative treatment for patients with blood cancer, such as lymphoma, myeloma and leukaemia. However, only one in four people with blood cancer find a matching donor in their family. And of the 2,000 people in the UK currently searching for a transplant, only 50% will find a successful match. Race against Blood Cancer works to raise awareness of the issue, educate people on the process of becoming a donor and help simplify the sign up process.

They now need marketing support to help create a fundraising campaign with an ex-professional footballer who is taking on a 555 mile cycle ride in May 2020!

- Strategic Marketing - Business Development - Concept Development - Public Relations

Jan 9th - Wednesday’s Child 

1.6 million people have been formally diagnosed with an eating disorder and many more live in the shadows with ‘disordered eating’. And this is made even more alarming by the fact that eating disorders carry the highest mortality rate of any mental health condition. Wednesday’s Child provides education and support to improve the lives of people with eating disorders.

They need your help to develop their marketing and communications strategy for 2020 to save and improve more lives.

Jan 8th - Switchboard

Switchboard is a LGBT+ helpline: a safe space for anyone to discuss anything, including sexuality, gender identity, sexual health and emotional wellbeing. They operate a telephone line, instant messaging and email service from 10am to 10pm, 365 days a year.

They need your help to create community fundraising materials to drive donations. Could you use your marketing and design skills to create a donor booklet, a legacy donation booklet and social media assets to promote regular giving?

Jan 7th - Royal Life Saving Society

The Royal Life Saving Society UK is the drowning prevention charity and leading provider of water safety and drowning prevention education. 

And in order to save more lives they need your creative support to develop marketing and communications campaigns to grow their brand.

Jan 6th - Climate Ed

A year ago teacher Ben Cuddon set up Climate Ed to educate children about climate change with the aim of empowering the next generation to become climate crusaders to address this ever increasing threat.

Ben now needs your help to develop a marketing strategy to engage more partner schools and expand Climate Ed's work across South London.



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