Murray provides communications advice and support to Barretstown, the children’s charity dedicated to rebuilding the lives of children affected by serious illness and their families.
Barretstown relies almost entirely on public donations to serve the 27,000 campers who have used its facilities in the 20 years since its foundation by the actor Paul Newman. We devise and implement communications actions and campaigns to ensure the work of Barretstown is consistently recognised and understood, thus supporting its fundraising efforts. Our work involves drawing atention to various fundraising activities, maintaining media interest in the impact the charitiy's servies have on children with illness, while also growing awareness of the role therapeutic recreation plays in the recovery and long-term development of sick children.
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