We are very excited to announce our collaboration with award-winning charity Missing People!
Missing People functions across the UK, offering a lifeline to the quarter of a million people who run away from home or go missing every year.
Why Missing People?
This year, the JBi team set out to find a humanitarian charity that we could really make a difference for.
After an extensive search and plenty of deliberation, we finally settled on a charity which we all felt passionate about committing our digital knowledge and expertise to.
Enter Missing People.
Following a series of introductions and meetings, during which the team were incredibly moved by Missing People’s mission, we excitedly agreed to collaborate on an ongoing basis.
JBi will do more than just provide digital support; we will play a consultative role and commit our creative expertise to help spread the word about Missing People’s campaigns.
Tom Smith, Head of Marketing and Communications at Missing People, said of the collaboration:
“We are enormously grateful to everyone at JBI for selecting Missing People to benefit from their experience and expertise. We are confident that with the help of JBI, we will be able to improve our current online presence to reach more people and to continue to be a lifeline to those who have disappeared.“
For our part, we are very excited to have been given the opportunity to help maximise the creative and digital impact of Missing People’s projects.
About Missing People
Missing People make it their mission to offer support and assistance to the quarter of a million people who go missing every year in the UK – and to their families. They work tirelessly to build support networks and raise funds for individuals who often have nowhere else to turn.
This year, Missing People is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a registered charity, a testament to its longevity and success.
We are currently working with Missing People on a number of exciting projects and look forward to supporting their fundraising efforts and raising awareness for their cause.
Watch this space!
If you’d like to find out more about Missing People, you can check out their site here.
And if you’d like to get in touch with us regarding a project of your own – charitable or not! – make sure to email us at [email protected].