Our client is an established charity founded 25 years ago who support individuals with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), and their families.
PAMIS always been well known at a Government and ministerial level due to their influence on policy, and by other organisations such as the NHS.
Outside of the families they support not many people had come across them. This affected their ability to hold large fundraising events, attract volunteers and educate the public about profound and multiple learning disabilities.
We joined the team in 2012. We ensure that their work is celebrated on multiple social media platforms. We design and manage campaigns and organise appearances on television and radio. They now take their full files of press clippings to meetings.
We have raised over £900,000 for PAMIS through running events and grant applications.
People know about them now and some of these people are among the hundreds that attend the annual Burns Supper, just one of the fundraising and profile raising events we organise each year.
“What a fantastic evening raising the profile of some of our most excluded people within society. PAMIS will use the profits from this evening to further develop resources and campaigns that enable people with profound and multiple learning disabilities to be included within their communities. We were really grateful and thrilled with the turn out, the really generous donations and the fabulous guest speakers. Looking forward to the next one already”
Jenny Miller CEO of PAMIS talking about the 2016 Burns Supper
“Along Came Kirsty are an integral part of our team who ensure that our social media pages are always buzzing with our news and campaigns. They know the optimal way to increase our online presence and engage with the public. It leaves the PAMIS teams across Scotland with more time to support people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families.”
Julie Taylor, Information Officer and lead contact for the Changing Places campaign for PAMIS.
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