I’ve worked on annual reviews, website copy, features, marketing materials, strategy documents, newsletters and case studies for many of the UK’s top charities.
Following a series of interviews and research, I co-developed a new tone of voice for the Royal College of Nursing Foundation. It’s helping the charity raise their profile and strengthen their fundraising.
An Olympic taekwondo champion, an ITV News presenter and a ground-breaking lawyer. These are just a few of the Middlesex University alumni whose stories I’ve told for the Made in Middlesex campaign, celebrating exceptional students.
I write Blogs for CharityComms, the membership network for communications professionals working in UK charities. I also co-authored One Voice, their best practice guide to integrated communications. The report features interviews with thought leaders and directors of fundraising and communications at leading charities.
When Alzheimer’s Society updated their brand, my colleague and I developed a tone of voice guide to support their new approach. We trained fundraising, marketing and policy teams on how to write effectively in the new tone of voice, as well as providing copywriting, editing and consultancy on key documents and webpages.
I worked on Cancer Research UK’s annual review, from concept to completion, for nine years. Each one is packed with personal, emotive stories that bring the science to life.
In 2017, I travelled to Oslo to volunteer at the annual Homeless World Cup. As well as editing stories and choosing images for the website, I wrote articles and sent newsletters to Homeless World Cup supporters during the tournament.
OTHER CLIENTS INCLUDE:
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Action for Children
Anthony Nolan Trust
Beating Bowel Cancer
Big Society Capital
Cause for Change
Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital
Macmillan Cancer Support
Music in Hospitals & Care
Plymouth College of Art
Police Care UK
The Royal Society of Chemistry
St John Ambulance
Tropical Biology Association