The National Fundraising Awards recognise the positive impact, innovation and excellence of UK fundraising campaigns. Held annually, they include categories such as: Best Donor Experience, Fundraiser of the Year, Best Legacy Campaign, and Best Use of Events, celebrating fundraising by individuals, charities and agencies. We are delighted to share that Hope and Homes for Children’s “End the Silence” campaign won in the Best Use of Digital category!
There were many excellent entrants, and the digital shortlist included fundraising campaigns for Grenfell Tower and Cancer Research. The judging panel included a range of experienced charity and fundraising leaders, and recognised the dedication, collaboration, and outstanding achievements of the campaigns.
Hope and Homes for Children’s ‘End The Silence’ was a ground-breaking campaign raising awareness and money for children growing up in the silence of orphanages, without love, family or music. We worked with them to build a digital platform to house the celebrity partner and user-generated content in a custom memory vault, as well as a space to create and share musical memories, and donate to the cause.