They’ve pruned and they’ve preened. And although not exactly pretty, the mighty men of Bray LeiMo have done us proud and raised £885 during the month of Movember.
The Mo Bros are aiming for a round £1000 and are still accepting donations. You can find out more about Movember and the men’s health causes they support here.
We’re made of stern stuff here at Bray Leino. And we like a challenge. So hats off to our Search Strategist David Stratford, who decided to climb the world’s highest free-standing mountain. For charity.
While the rest of us have been moaning about the weather, the hardy Bray Leino boys have been braving monsoon conditions in training for the Caravan National 5-a-side tournament in Leeds. The newly-formed Bray Leino Bluetits (no sniggering at the back) will battle it out against 40 other companies connected to the grocery industry for the coveted title on July 7th. more
The Spirit of Bray Leino Award recognises the member of our team who best embodies our values. They’re open-minded, inspiring and collaborative. To say thank you for their great contribution, we make a £1000 donation to the charity of their choice. more
We recently helped FareShare South West put the Feeding the 5000 event squarely on the Bristol map. Held in mid-May, the initiative brought public attention and support to the issues of food waste and food poverty in the region. more
Our London PR team have been working with breast cancer charity Walk the Walk to deliver media coverage for their 15th annual midnight MoonWalk.
At Bray Leino we understand that being fashionably late is the best way to make an entrance. So last week we held our Christmas Party (we know).
In September our PR team started working with The Communication Trust to promote No Pens Day Wednesday, a unique educational initiative aimed at raising awareness of the importance of school pupils’ spoken communication skills. more
This summer, the RNLI gave us the challenge of redesigning, producing and delivering its fund-raising gift catalogue. By the numbers, it was a big task – 74 pages, some 600 separate shots including individual products, models and narrative still-life photographs.
We duly dispatched 1,348,436 copies to supporters, along with 980,222 16-page inserts. The client loved the photography plus the collaborative way we worked on the project, and we’re now putting the Christmas catalogue together…