Creative agency announces new charity partner for 2024
Clevercherry, a leading creative and digital agency based in Birmingham, have announced their partnership with St Basils, a local charity dedicated to preventing youth homelessness.
This collaboration marks a significant step in Clevercherry's commitment to community engagement and social responsibility.
Jessica Greaney, head of Marketing at Clevercherry, expressed her enthusiasm for the partnership, stating: "We are absolutely delighted to announce St Basils as our chosen charity partner for 2024. As a Birmingham-based agency, we recognize the significance of contributing to our community and supporting the local area. Our decision to partner with St Basils is driven by our admiration for the inspiring work they have done so far. We are genuinely passionate about their cause, and we find that their values align seamlessly with ours."
Clevercherry has a strong reputation as a digital agency in the Midlands, offering a wide range of digital services including digital marketing services, brand and creative services, and web design and development services. With this partnership, the digital agency aims to leverage its expertise to benefit St Basils through various events and fundraising initiatives throughout the year.
Barrie Hodge, head of Fundraising and Communications at St Basils, expressed gratitude for Clevercherry's commitment: "We are thrilled to have Clevercherry as our charity partner for 2024. Their dedication to supporting the local community aligns perfectly with our mission to prevent youth homelessness and support those in need. We look forward to working together on impactful events and initiatives that will make a positive difference in the lives of young people."
This partnership between Clevercherry and St Basils exemplifies the power of collaboration between businesses and charities in creating a meaningful impact on local communities. Both organisations are excited about the opportunities this partnership will bring and the positive change they can achieve together.
Pictured: Pauline Clarke and Christine Luke-Harrison from St Basils with the CleverCherry team