PUBLIC SECTOR: Kids charity hires Oasis to build image

London-based agency Oasis Media has been hired to work on a profile-raising campaign for the National Association of Child Contact Centres, the body which organises contact between estranged parents and children. Oasis, headed by Ivor Peters, will initially work alongside the association on a campaign to bring more volunteers to work at the centres. It will also try to combat existing negative perceptions among families who are users or potential users of the centres and promote a more positive image as places where healthy family relationships can be built. Oasis will report to the association’s director, Eunice Halliday.

London-based agency Oasis Media has been hired to work on a

profile-raising campaign for the National Association of Child Contact

Centres, the body which organises contact between estranged parents and

children. Oasis, headed by Ivor Peters, will initially work alongside

the association on a campaign to bring more volunteers to work at the

centres. It will also try to combat existing negative perceptions among

families who are users or potential users of the centres and promote a

more positive image as places where healthy family relationships can be

built. Oasis will report to the association’s director, Eunice Halliday.



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