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What We Do

Whether you want to attract new donors, or maximise the engagement of current supporters, our bespoke, strategic and ethical service can help you to achieve your goals.

Donor acquisition and conversion

By engaging with your brand, and truly connecting with your mission, we can reach new audiences using lead generation and conversion methods as well as targeting donor reactivation and upgrade of regular givers.

We create tailored giving campaigns that authentically reflect your charity, and can include any of the following:

  • Face-to-face acquisition of regular and cash donors
  • Peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns
  • Email campaigns
  • Telephone and SMS fundraising programs

Our Clients

We are proud to work with some of the most high-profile and respected charities across the world, delivering an exceptional ROI for their projects.

WWF – WWF is one of the largest wildlife and conservation charities in the world. They have been around since 1961 and are present in over 100 countries in six continents. With the success stories including stopping the extinction of pandas and preventing the farmer/animal conflict in the wild, they believe together we can challenge the threats to nature – for the sake of every living thing, including ourselves. WWF makes it their mission to conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth.

WAP – World Animal Protection has a goal to end the suffering of animals worldwide. They believe animals have a right to live free from pain so through putting animals on the global agenda they inspire people to change animals’ lives for the better. WAP focuses on ending animal cruelty in the following areas: supporting stray dogs, working animals, animals in farming, in the wild and in disasters. Through all this and preventing bear baiting and stopping ‘ghost’ fishing that threatens sea life, World Animal Protection really are moving the world for animals.

MAKE A WISH – Make-A-Wish Australia was founded in 1985, and now, in their 30th year, have granted over 8,000 wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. Make-A-Wish wishes gives very sick children and teenagers hope for the future, strength to face the challenges of their illness, and joy from their incredible wish experience. From making wishes such as building a well and dance classes to becoming spider man and having a new furry friend, Make-A-Wish are there to make their dreams come true.

Amnesty International – is a non-governmental organisation and the world’s largest human rights organisation, with over 7 million supporters in over 150 countries. It focuses on the protection of human right defenders, strengthening of human rights laws, bringing justice to those responsible for violations and identifies where states are failing to meet treaty obligations.

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people are killed during conflict and crisis, whilst millions are left needing protection and support. In 2016 alone, Amnesty International freed 650 people from unfair imprisonment and changed laws in 40 countries, as well as providing medical attention and lawyers to those in need. Together, we can create a world where our most basic rights are enjoyed by all.

Cancer Council – Cancer is the largest cause of disease in Australia with 1 in 2 Australians being diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85. Cancer Council work together to raise awareness and reduce deaths – there have been 61,000 less deaths in the past 20 years! We support those affected by cancer, practical and financial assistance as well as educating and funding lifesaving research. We try and close the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal cancer outcomes, invest millions into research – with your generosity and support, together we will beat cancer.

ADA – Assistance Dogs Australia understands the relationship between humans and dogs and provides freedom and independence to people with physical disabilities, dementia, autism and PTSD. They provide a dog to their new owner for life changing support at no expense, however training these dogs takes 2 years and costs over $30,000. Not only do these assistance dogs help with day to day living for their owners, they also assist with the development and improvement of motor skills as well as building their self-esteem and confidence. By raising funds for ADA, we can ensure that an Assistance Dog isn’t only a man’s best friend, but man’s most helpful friend too.

IHC – IHC is New Zealand’s largest provider of services to people with intellectual disabilities and their families. They were founded in 1949 by a small group of parents who wanted equal treatment from the education and health systems for their children with intellectual disabilities. They do incredible work including raising money and awareness of the issues facing people with intellectual disabilities through their charitable activities, their advocacy programme, social media and other communication channels.