Ladbury PR supports malaria charity's I'm A Celeb link-up

Ladbury PR is working with Malaria No More around ITV show ‘I’m A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!’ for the fifth year running.

The charity receives 15p for every phone vote during the show and the proceedings go towards saving lives affected by malaria in Africa.

Ladbury’s brief is to publicise the charity through exclusive celebrity multimedia content and competitions in national, regional and online media.

The agency was first appointed in 2009 to help with the charity’s UK launch.

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