It's not easy when you have to stay home, but our team at Electrify have created a complete campaign for LinkLiving campaign, A Ray of Sunshine, over the last few weeks - entirely from our houses!
This project follows on from our successful work with the charity to help tell the story of one of their key programmes, Steps To Resilience.
The current campaign is in response to the Covid-19 outbreak and has highlighted the vital support that LinkLiving provides to some of the most vulnerable people in east central Scotland.
As the name might suggest, we wanted to bring 'A Ray of Sunshine' to those people in a time of need.
Our role focused on content generation, social and digital publishing, PR, as well as managing paid social media.
One of the highlights of each week was 'The Weekly Ray,' a new TV show filmed in our senior associate Graeme Alexander's box-room, which we turned into a studio with the use of green screen.
The show highlighted specific topics with staff from the charity to help service users. It also had a splash of fun in there too, with our very own Graeme hosting, bringing singing, dancing, cooking, and even some poetry, to viewers.
The campaign also featured a serious side. A stunning, dark, expressive animation set out the sizeable challenge posed by Covid-19. This helped form a secondary fundraising ask.
Some of the project's key highlights include:
At Electrify, we tell extraordinary, powerful stories that inspire action.
We do so by developing supercharged, inspiring ideas; producing powerful, creative, multi-platform content; and by delivering opportunities for the right reaction by ensuring the people you want to see and react to a campaign are able to do so.
Some of our key creative marketing & communications clients include: LinkLiving, Age Scotland, Alzheimer Scotland, DPS Group, Cockayne Systems and George Watson's College.
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