NSPCC hands PR account to Amaze

The NSPCC has extended its relationship with digital marketing agency Amaze and appointed it as one of four agencies to its PR roster.

Amaze, which is currently working with NSPCC to redevelop its website and enhance the brand’s digital presence, will pitch to provide PR support to the charity’s in-house teams working across national fundraising, public education and campaigning activity.

Ali Jeremy, NSPCC director of communications, said: “We’re delighted to have Amaze on board and look forward to working with them over the coming months to drive our national fundraising and campaigning activity and make a real difference for vulnerable children here in the UK.”

Work will be awarded on a project-by-project basis, and the roster will be formally reviewed in July 2015.

The NSPCC has extended its relationship with digital marketing agency Amaze and appointed it as one of four agencies to appear on its PR agency roster.

Amaze, which is currently working with NSPCC to redevelop its website and enhance the brand’s digital presence, will pitch to provide PR support to the charity’s in-house teams working across national fundraising, public education and campaigning activity.

Ali Jeremy, NSPCC director of communications, said: “We’re delighted to have Amaze on board and look forward to working with them over the coming months to drive our national fundraising and campaigning activity and make a real difference for vulnerable children here in the UK.”

Work will be awarded on a project-by-project basis, and the roster will be formally reviewed in July 2015.

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