Campaigning can change the world and we can help you do it.
Campaign Collective is a social enterprise which helps charities, social enterprises, NGOs, public service organisations, not-for-profits and other campaigners benefit from affordable professional communications advice and support.
We work with organisations to get their voices heard by the people that matter to them.
Using our networks, skills, creativity and experience, we ensure your audiences listen to you – in the corridors of power, through the news headlines and trending on social media.
With all Campaign Collective Members having extensive experience in a range of communications skills, we help organisations create, build and deliver effective marketing campaigns.
We’re your campaign partner, not your typical communications agency.
Our highly experienced team members have worked on multiple award-winning campaigns, locally, nationally and internationally – from some of the smallest charities to the most high profile organisations.
We proactively partner with clients based on shared values and principles underpinned by our strong ethical policy.
Established remotely in 2016, we pride ourselves on a membership of passionate and experienced communicators that have worked across all marketing disciplines to create, build and deliver affordable campaigns. Our team is located across the UK and Europe.
We focus on the positive impact we can make, not on profits.
Campaign Collective makes a positive contribution to society through both our campaign work and by investing our profits into our social purpose fund, which is used to subsidise support for micro charities and community organisations as well as help develop the next generation of communications professionals.
In September 2018, we launched our most ambitious social enterprise project yet, our positive news website, The Rooftop, to connect the public to campaigners and small charities. In 2020 The Rooftop became an independent Community Interest Company and now has a weekly audience of more than 500,000 people.
As an experienced team, we want to share our knowledge with the next generation of communication professionals, we have done this through the recruitment of Kickstarters under a government accredited scheme and the development and implementation of the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) apprenticeship.