For some time we’ve been collecting a database of charity and non-profit emails and have decided to share them with everyone, to provide inspiration and to showcase best practice for charity email design.
We recently launched a new website for Maun Homeopathy Project a charity which offers free homeopathy treatment to people who are struggling with the painful symptoms and stigma of HIV & AIDS. They wanted a site which was easier to manage and made it easier for people to find out what they do. We also built a series of emails which allow them to keep in contact with their supporters and volunteers. You can see their new site here – www.homeopathybotswana.com
As you may have noticed we decided to rename our news section to ‘blog’. We just thought that this was a bit more descriptive of the type of articles and updates we’re looking to add in this section. Even though in the past a lot of what we’ve added hasn’t necessarily been News we’ve only just got around to actually changing it.
Our office will be closed from the 20th of December to the 7th of January. We’ll still have a few staff working from various exotic locations to keep the cogs turning but if there’s any projects we’re not yet aware that may come up over this period now’s the time to let us know.
We’re a little slow off the mark with this post but we can now let you know that we have moved offices. After 3 years in west London we decided that a move to the east made a lot of sense so we moved to Islington. You can find our new address on the contact page so if you’re in the area pop in and say ‘Hi’.
Copper have just been awarded the work to rebrand this year’s World Vision 24 Hour Famine. Copper won the work following a pitch against undisclosed agencies. They will be responsible for creating a brand which appeals to the young audience and also brings it closer to World Vision’s main brand. Copper have also been looking at how they can integrate more digital direct marketing activities into the campaign. Activities such as email marketing, text messaging and more social media will help to encourage conversations between World Vision and the participants.
Just to update on our last post we’ve now settled into our new home in Canalot Studios, W10. You can find our updated address on the contact page.