Targetbase nets kids’ charity task

St Christopher’s Fellowship, the charity which supports vulnerable children and young people, has appointed Targetbase Claydon Heeley to provide creative execution for its forthcoming Christmas appeal.
Founded in 1870, St Christopher’s has provided a combination of care, accommodation, housing and education to young people for over 140 years.
The organisation offers fostering, children’s homes and a range of housing and support services across England and the Isle of Man, and helps the young move towards adulthood and independence.
As part of this strategy it works with academic and commissioning partners to develop and implement models of childcare and support.
St Christopher’s director of strategy and development Sam Olsen said: “We were impressed by TBCH’s enthusiasm and interest in our charity. Historically we’ve managed all our mailpacks in-house and were looking for an agency that had experience within the charity sector that can help us strategically and creatively”.
Targetbase Claydon Heeley chief executive Steve Grout added: “We’re delighted to be working with St Christopher’s. We have a real passion for supporting such a worthy Charity and believe we can really help to make a difference. We look forward to helping them achieve their targets.”
It is the second win in as many weeks for the agency, having also picked up the winter campaign for Diabetes UK. The agency also works for Three Mobile, Department for Business, Skills and Innovation, Post Office, British Lung Foundation, Royal Mail, Selftrade and De Vere.

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