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emotive choose a charity to support in 2016

To celebrate the success of 2015, emotive get charitable and choose to support The Brain Tumour Charity in 2016.

Following an annual tradition, emotive held pitches for the Team Charity at their Christmas party, during which each member of the team was given 30 seconds to pitch a charity to be supported in 2016. A total of 24 charities were put forward and vigorously defended, including Crisis, Alzheimer’s Society, Stroke Association, War Child, Orangutan Foundation, Age UK, Solar Aid, and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. The team then voted for the most worthwhile of the charities, which would receive a donation from each member of the team, as well as ongoing support throughout the coming year.

The winner, The Brain Tumour Charity, is the UK’s largest charitable foundation dedicated to fighting brain tumours. Battling the disease on all fronts, the charity raises disease awareness, funds pioneering research to increase survival rates, and provides support and information to improve quality of life. Its vision is a world where brain tumours are defeated and the diagnosis of a brain tumour is no longer a death sentence. To learn more about the charity’s vision, goals and activities, please visit The Brain Tumour Charity’s website.

Adam Boucher, emotive’s Client Services Director, commented on the Team Charity pitches and the winning charity:

“The charity pitches were very inspiring. Each member of the team chose his or her charity carefully and pitched it with enthusiasm. The event was taken very seriously, indicating genuine emotional connections with the charities. The Brain Tumour Charity is a worthy winner and is deserving of the donations. But so is each and every one of the charities. With that in mind, and to celebrate the end of a year that saw significant gains in business through the acquisition of major new local and global clients, emotive will be donating £100 to each of the 24 charities that were put forward by the team.”

emotive is a multi-award-winning digital healthcare agency that provides innovative bespoke solutions across multiple disciplines. To learn how we can help you to deliver award-winning digital and innovation projects, please e-mail our Client Services Director Adam Boucher ( or call +44 (0) 207 148 0408.

14th January 2016


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