Manchester-based creative agency, CreationADM, are pleased to welcome Peter Walker to the fold as Marketing…
We are delighted to have been recognised by the Lord Mayor for our work with Homeless House, an organisation supporting homeless people in the UK.
To mark Volunteers Week, which runs from 1st – 7th June, we were awarded with a certificate of recognition from Lord Mayor Abid Latif Chohan, for our work in building the Homeless House website.
Manchester City Council set up a matching scheme to enable regional companies to help charities stretched by the Coronavirus crisis and this brought us together.
Antonia Gough, the founder of Homeless House, was thankful for the support she received:- “The kindness shown by Creation ADM during these unprecedented times has been amazing. Not only did the owners welcome us into the company but the wider team made us feel as though nothing was too much trouble. They took the vision we wished to portray and brought it to life! We know that thanks to their generosity we have a platform to involve the wider communities with ease, across the UK, in helping the most vulnerable.”
Guy Parker, our Digital Director, added, “It’s been great fun to develop the site with Antonia and for our team to make a positive contribution at such a critical time. To be recognised for our work is the icing on the cake. We’re looking forward to supporting Homeless House going forward from here.”
Guy continued “We were connected with Homeless House by the Manchester City Council Volunteering scheme. Homeless House is a fantastic organisation which supports the most vulnerable members of society, in many different ways. As well as offering food and clothing, they provide workshops and training to help homeless people gain the skills they need to find employment and support themselves.
We really enjoyed working on the brief, bringing in the graphic design and content marketing sides of our business, translating the urban, street culture feel of their Instagram page, designed to appeal to a younger audience, into a format that was both attractive and informative in website and mobile form. They already had a strong brand identity and enjoyed the backing of some of the North West’s best known companies. The site we built reflects this branding and can now be used to spread awareness, collect donations, facilitate fundraising events, bring in new volunteers and ambassadors and sell clothing via their online shop.
You can visit the new website at https://homelesshouse.co.uk