NEWSFEED PR WINS HIGHLY COMMENDED IN PR WEEK AWARDS

NEWSFEED PR WINS HIGHLY COMMENDED IN THE PR WEEK AWARDS 2018

Newsfeed PR has won a PR Week Highly Commended Award in the Not-for-Profit category for their work with the charity, Remembered. 
 
The campaign, called ‘There But Not There’ was also a Finalist in the Best Use of a Small Budget campaign for there work with the charity Remembered.
 
Dubbed the ‘Oscars’ of the PR industry, the PR Week Awards are among the industries most prestigious awards. There were 33 categories overall, ranging from Small, Mid-Sized and Large Consultancies of the Year to the new categories Best Use of Celebrity/Celebrities and Best Cause-Led and International Campaigns.  

NEWSFEED PR WINS PRCA NATIONAL AWARD 2018

NEWSFEED PR WINS A PRCA NATIONAL AWARD 2018

Newsfeed PR have won PRCA National Award 2018 for their work with Remembered on ‘There But Not There’ in the Best Charity or NGO Category.
 
To commemorate the centenary of the end of WWI, we worked with Remembered to raise significant funds for armed forces and mental health charities. We installed ghostly life-sized silhouettes of ‘Tommies’ in key sites across the UK to commemorate those lost in WWI. Supported by ambassadors such as Lord Dannatt and Sebastian Faulks, we raised the £1.07 million within the 24 hours after the first television spot. To date, we’ve raised over £3 million, and rising.
 

This will be the third award that the ‘There But Not There’ campaign has won this year – already scooping a Campaign For Good Award, and PR Week Award (highly commended).

Massive congratulations go to the There But Not There team, and of course all those nominated in the PRCA National Awards 2018.