Campaign Collective Members supported more than 30 campaigns in the 2018/19 period, according to the annual report.

20 Members contributed to the success of the social enterprise over the last year with campaigns ranging from delivering Tomorrow’s Engineers Week to encouraging more debate on public policy issues for Project Syndicate.

Other campaigns include Community Business Weekend and work with local authorities to help the public understand the signs of child abuse and neglect.

In addition to delivering campaigns with a social purpose, the year covered by the report also saw the launch of The Rooftop, the home of news worth shouting about. Campaign Collective Members continued to help apprentices become campaigners and led on the development of a social impact definition for the PR & communications industry.

Income for the year was down slightly on the previous period due to the English government ending financial support for the Brathay Apprentice Challenge.

Simon Francis, Founder Member of Campaign Collective, commented:

As the first communications agency operating as a social enterprise, we’re proud of the work we’ve delivered over the last year.

That we are also able to further help small campaigning organisations through our work on The Rooftop and Freedom to Campaign Guide shows the added benefit of operating as a social enterprise.

Thank you to our Members, clients and everyone else who has supported us in the last four years.

The full report is available online alongside previous years’ summaries and minutes from company meetings.


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Tweet as @si_francis. Write about travel, PR, communications, social media, politics and Coventry City.

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