|13th February 2017
We are proud to support Rays of Sunshine, the UK charity working with children and young people with serious or life-limiting illness, by developing a creative concept for the #Kisses4Wishes campaign. The eye-catching campaign launched in Time Out London as part of its Valentine’s Day edition, in a specially designed wraparound cover.
Our consultants applied their strategic and creative capabilities pro bono to support this worthy campaign pioneered by 15-year-old bone cancer survivor, Caitlin, after she had her own wish granted by the charity.
The Blue Latitude Health team worked together with Rays of Sunshine to develop a concept that would resonate with UK readers of Time Out, targeting those who are most likely to donate. We hope that readers will be moved to ‘share the love’ this Valentine’s Day with the children and young people supported by Rays of Sunshine.
Our team also put our money where our mouth is with a special Valentine’s Day #Kisses4Wishes campaign in the office! We have a raffle for a three course meal (with champagne) at the Balcon restaurant, a handmade cake by one of our top bakers, or a box of chocolates for £0.50 per entry. And we’ll be running a special #Kisses4Wishes photobooth to send our own photos in support of the brilliant work at Rays of Sunshine. All money raised by the raffle and our ‘Wear Red for Rays’ day, will be donated to the charity.
Keep an eye out on Twitter for shots from the BLH #Kisses4Wishes photobooth and special messages from the team. And see if you spot one of our team members at Warren Street and Paddington tube stations – we’ll be out trying to get London to spare a bit of change to make wishes come true.
|28th May 2018
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|25th May 2018
Blue Latitude Health is proud to announce our team of consultants, customer experience experts, medical writers and account handlers are finalists in the BOBI Analyst Team of the Year competition 2017-18, for the second year running.