Seven days left to cast your vote in Ferrier Pearce Creative Group’s #Teamawesomeness campaign

Ferrier Pearce Creative Group has launched its second #Teamawesomeness campaign which gives their employees the chance to spend two working days helping out at their favourite charity. People are invited to vote online to decide which of the three good causes will get to benefit from the skills of their representative.

Voters have a choice of three projects to back.

Explaining the thinking behind the agency’s #teamawsomeness campaign, Debbie Harvey, Ferrier Pearce Creative Group’s strategic director, said: “After recognising that one of the barriers to helping charities is finding the time to do it, we invited our staff to do something awesome and volunteer to help out their favourite charity. Three team members get the chance to spend two working days supporting a cause that’s dear to their heart, helping out in a practical way and offering their distinct skills to really make a difference.”

Ferrier Pearce Creative Group has created a dedicated webpage where members of the public can vote for their favourite among the three suggested projects. The three charities nominated this time are: Demelza Hospice Care for Children, which helps families across Kent, South East London and East Sussex; YouthNet, which provides information and emotional support for young people across the UK; and The Holly Lodge Centre in Richmond Park, which provides educational programmes and support for people with special needs.

Voting closes on Wednesday 2nd December.

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