PR firm offering pro-bono support ‘to overcome various communications challenges’

Glasgow based PR firm Perceptive Communicators is offering a Scottish charity ten days of support to help “overcome various communications challenges” over the next 12 months.

The move is part of an on-going programme of pro bono support for charities on offer from the firm.

Previous charities to be supported for free by Perceptive include Action Aid, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, Action of Children and Simpsons Special Care Babies Edinburgh.

Applications are being invited to bid no later than September 23.

The time offered to the successful charity can be used flexibly and include a range of support such as communications strategy development, media training, campaign planning, social media training as well as copywriting.

“Charities have been hit particularly hard over the past few years and that is why it is even more important that we continue our pro bono program of support. Communication plays a vital role in the success of charities,” said Perceptive Communicators managing director Julie Moulsdale.

Simpsons Special Care Babies trustee David Springford said that pro bono support from the firm in 2020 helped the charity increase its exposure on social and mainstream media during the Covid pandemic.

“As a result, we’ve had increased fundraising for several of our campaigns, an example being our ‘Teddy Bears Picnic’ in 2021 which raised over £11,000,” he added.

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