markettiers offers broadcast PR services to charity of choice

Broadcast PR specialist markettiers is launching a campaign to provide a UK charity with a year of free consultancy, research and broadcast activation to help raise awareness of the organisation.

Teenage Cancer Trust 1

Last years charity partner, Teenage Cancer Trust, making use of the markettiers studio

markettiers has always offered pro bono work to a charity of its choice, but this year it is inviting charities to apply for the support, and present how the PR services would help the organisation and its cause. From these presentations, one charity will be chosen to be markettiers’ ‘Charity of the Year’.

Howard Kosky, CEO at markettiers, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer our expertise, knowledge, time and resources to this campaign. We have always supported charities throughout the years, and this new campaign allows us to provide long term guidance and support to a worthy cause and really make an impact for a charity where it needs it most.”

Charities who wish to apply should send an overview of the organisation, details of existing PR activity, aims and any planned campaigns to by Friday September 9.

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