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NEWS 01.01.24

2023 – what a year

Joe Nicholson Associate Creative Director
Joe Nicholson Associate Creative Director

What a year.

What happened?

We kicked things off with some nostalgia, asking ACCA members to reflect on their careers and share their stories on a bespoke microsite.

An image showing ACCA's bespoke microsite

No time was wasted on our new partnership with NSPCC, either.

We put our hearts and souls into a legacy proposition and a home-run TV advert – hitting 170% of our target for new legacy leads. Nice.

Am image showing a still from NSPCC's advert

Then came the next wave of our longstanding partnership with the Shelter legacy team – including this set of standout ads for Will Week.

An image showing our work with Shelter

Next, we helped show new Diabetes UK members that they had support through thick and thin by reimagining the entire membership journey.

An image showing part of Diabetes UK's membership journey

Then we tackled a topic that had been totally neglected by the charity sector, producing a report on LGBT+ giving – launching our new series of webinars in the process.

And in the run-up to the festive season, we produced a range of Christmas campaigns – including a striking appeal for the British Red Cross.

An image showing work from the Christmas appeal that Consider worked on for the British Red Cross

We’ve been busy in 2023. And there’s so much more that went on besides.

Now 2024, here we come.

We’re looking forward to another year of fabulous campaigns with some of the most inspiring clients we could ask for…

…like Barts Charity – who’ll soon be launching our new fundraising proposition, transforming their hospital spaces in the process.

There’s Crisis, too, and all the exciting stuff we’re planning for their 2024 fundraising activity.

And there’s ACCA, with whom we’ll be developing a very special global campaign and film to celebrate a BIG member milestone.

That’s not all – but if you want to know more, you’ll just have to keep your eyes peeled.

2024: let’s go!

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