Nicola Carroll, account executive, Clarion Communications
Recently I have been helping out with new Clarion client, The Healing Foundation - a UK charity that supports research into all aspects of disfigurement, scarring and reconstructive surgery, so a really worthwhile cause.
The Healing Foundation has invested £5million into the world’s biggest ever cleft lip and palate research programme called The Cleft Collective - for while 1,200 babies born in the UK ever year are affected by cleft in some way, very little is known about the causes and best ways to treat sufferers.
At Clarion, we have taken on the challenge of supporting The Healing Foundation and spreading the word of this amazing research programme as a pro bono project. I am really pleased to have been involved in such an important project - and have had the chance to work on something that is brand new for Clarion - hopefully something that we will be able to do again in the future.