Great to work again with our friends at UCLH Charity to create and deliver the #BeWell brand and campaign. The staff recovery programme aims to to support the brilliant NHS staff who’ve done so much for so many in the last year.
The Maccabi GB Community Fun Run 2021 returned on Sunday 29th August as the largest in person community event since the pandemic. Thousands of members of the community participated to raise funds for an incredible 76 communal charities.
We are so happy to have been involved with this fantastic initiative and it was wonderful to see so many C&C clients representing their fabulous organisations at the event!
You can read more about the day here.
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The new service allows users to select from a wide range of e-cards including birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and simple thank-you messages but also includes special occasion cards for events such as Bar / Bat Mitzvah.
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Happy to have helped our friends at University Jewish Chaplaincy raising over £700,000 in 36h as part of their #StepUpForStudents campaign.
The challenge from UCLH Charity was to create a brand and campaign that would motivate a fundraising audience whilst at the same time speak to the cause – the development of the Emergency Department at UCLH. ‘Bring the Colour’ is all about improving an intimidating and scary environment, for those who need to use it at a potentially intimidating and scary time. Let’s hope it’s a success.
The Community unites on Yom HaShoah, lighting Yellow Candles to remember and honour those who perished in the Holocaust.
Every year, Maccabi GB distributes yellow memorial candles across the Jewish community and beyond in advance of Yom HaShoah. Each Yellow Candle comes with an individual information card, including the name, hometown, as well as place of death and age of a Jewish person who perished during the Holocaust.
On the night, #Yellow Candle trended first on Twitter, with people from around the world posting photos of their lit Yellow Candle on social media.
A few months ago it became clear that our client, March of the Living UK, would not be able to take Holocaust survivors or participants to Poland as part of its annual March.
The March itself usually takes place on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) and covers the 3km from the gates of Auschwitz to the gas chambers at Birkenau.
We worked with MOTL on an idea that bought the March much closer to home. 5 survivors and 5 well-known personalities in a Covid-friendly environment.
Walking, talking and most importantly witnessing. (As Elie Wiesel said, “Whoever listens to a witness, becomes a witness”)
Check out what happened when Eyal Booker met Mala Tribich, Karren Brady met Agnes Kaposi, Matt Lucas met Harry Olmer, Ronnie O’Sullivan met Eve Kugler and Robert Peston met Lily Ebert.
The Community Security Trust’s campaign has seen the largest fundraising total by a Jewish charity during the pandemic.
Every donation was doubled by supporters of the charity which works to protect British Jews from antisemitism and terror.
The initiative was backed by high profile celebrities and public figures, including David Baddiel, Eamon Holmes and TracyAnn Oberman.
After 15 years in Pratt Mews, it feels like the end of an era. But the start of a new one…
Creative & Commercial is moving from Camden to Primrose Hill in the new year. We hope that sooner rather than later you’ll be able to come and see it for yourself…