#GivingBack

mmadigital is dedicated to supporting those in need and works with a number of charities to help support them in their work. Our #GivingBack programme allows us to donate our time, skills and profits so that others may benefit from our success.

 

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Ranthambhore and The Prakratik Society

While on recent travels in India our CEO, Dez Derry, found out about The Prakratik Society, which works with the people of Ranthambhore to create a sanctuary for local Tigers. It does this by showing local people why the Tigers are important and also removes any need for them to poach Tigers for financial gain by providing a school and hospital in the area.

We plan to sponsor a school in the village by donating £5000. Joe, a senior designer at mmadigital is also currently looking to raise money for the charity by walking the length of India.

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BullyingUK

To help support the national bullying charity Bullying UK we worked with Nesbit Law to create a music video for girl band Doremi Fly. Their new single ‘No Giving Up’ features 12 year-old Ben NeZbit and was inspired by Ben’s own suffering as a victim of bullying. We were particularly pleased with the video which is now supporting the band as the tour schools with Bullying UK to help educate children about the effects of bullying. You can see the finished video here:

 

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Coppafeel

CoppaFeel is a charity set up to educate and remind every young person in the UK that checking their boobs isn’t only fun, it could save their life. They are the first breast cancer charity in the UK to focus on awareness amongst young people, with the aim of instilling a new healthy habit that could one day save their life. We donated time and skills to Coppafeel and created a pay per click campaign to increase awareness of the charity.

 

 

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The Prince’s Trust Butterfly Ball

The Butterfly Ball raises money for the Prince’s Trust. Guests included Russell Watson, Zoe Tyler, a team from Strictly Come Dancing and the Army Military Wives choir. The 2014 ball rasied almost £50,000 for The Princes Trust.