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At 72Point we understand it is more vital than ever for charities to have high-quality media exposure that cuts through in the national news. We provide news-ready content to strengthen your PR and communication strategies, whether you want to raise the profile of specific issues, diversify your funding avenues, inspire volunteers or shape the political agenda. We deliver unrivalled levels of media coverage that helps to drive the conversation about your charity, strengthening your communications strategy to shape public relations and opinion. Clients include Oxfam, Blue Cross, British Lung Foundation, SPANA, British Heart Foundation and Channelmum.
Bespoke Public Relations for Charities and Non-Profit Organisations
We create, distribute, and land proactive PR stories that land in publications including The Mirror, The Sun, The Telegraph, Metro as well as digital platforms such as Mail Online, UNILAD, LADbible and over 130 regional newspapers. We also provide social media-ready content and arrange Radio Days to secure exclusive airtime for your charity.
We work with OnePoll, which delivers online polling services, human insight and data analysis to strengthen communications across a variety of sectors. With a nationally representative in-house panel spanning consumer, B2B, healthcare and international markets, OnePoll can deliver a 2,000 nationally representative UK sample within 24 – 48 hours to give us the information we need to get the story we are looking for.
Your charity is guaranteed to make the headlines with the help our our in-house team of experienced researchers, journalists and creatives. Our understanding of how a national newsdesk works means that we can articulate your mission, finding new and effective ways for you to shape public opinion and appeal to a wider and more diverse audience.
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Charity & Non-Profit PR Case Studies:
We teamed up with working animal charity SPANA to investigate some of the most bizarre incidents of health and safety regulations, with filling out a form to use plasters and a ban on birthday cake candles some of the examples. The video project, accompanied by national research, was a widespread success, landing coverage in Mirror Online, The Independent, Sun and mass- readership site UNILAD.