Foxmurphy sets up charities arm

Foxmurphy PR has opened a non-profit unit to offer its range of marketing services to charities and voluntary organisations without marketing budgets.

Charity Communications, headed by Carole Sproat, is offering up to 25 charities 100 hours of work a year. In the past the agency has donated 1.6 per cent of its pre-tax profits to charities, but marketing director Erik Nelson said the agency’s expertise represented a more meaningful contribution.

The agency has done pro bono work for Oxfam, but Nelson said the new initiative was for smaller organisations.

East Anglia Air Ambulance, Hospital Radio Norwich, People First of Norfolk and Banana Link have already signed up.

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