Whether you're a major national or international charity that needs a freelance marketing consultant to come up with some new ideas, or a smaller charity that needs some strategic direction for its marketing volunteers or just some copywriting for a brochure, we'd love to help. We've worked on a wide range of marketing projects for charities including:
- Strategic plans, business plans and marketing plans
- Primary and secondary market research
- Writing optimised website copy & press releases
- Corporate supporter schemes
- General marketing consultancy
Why not call us on 07919 102699 to find out how we can help or email [email protected]? In the meantime, you might like to read about two very special charities we're proud to support...
MuchLoved is the website memorial charity, enabling people suffering as a result of bereavement
to create sensitive, personalised and lasting website memorials in memory of their loved ones.
Their websites are rich in functionality and beautiful in appearance. They allow family and friends
affected by loss to express their grief, share their memories and pay lasting tribute to their loved one
together. The managing director of Marketing & Business Planning, Louise Goulding, also founded
Sharemymemory.com which joined forces with MuchLoved in Summer 2007. To find out more about
MuchLoved and the wonderful work they do, just click on the logo or visit www.muchloved.com.
Friends of The Peak District is the only independent environmental body campaigning for the Peak
District – Britain’s oldest and most popular National Park. The Peak District is a source of inspiration,
relaxation and recreation for millions. However vigilance and vigorous campaigning are needed to
protect this landscape for future generations. Friends of the Peak District provides that protection.
The managing director of Marketing & Business Planning, Louise Goulding, is a former trustee and
now a volunteer for Friends of the Peak District. To find out more about Friends of the Peak District,
just click on the logo or visit www.friendsofthepeak.org.uk.