Can you produce and promote our Crowdfunding campaign?
Posted by: London Arts in Health Forum
Skills required: Social media and digital marketing, Copywriting, editing and proofreading, Comms Strategy and planningPublished: 18/04/2019
About this opportunity
We are running a campaign to raise money for our yearly Creativity and Wellbeing festival. We know it is a great week of events which reaches tens of thousands of people and allows many to access the life changing benefits of culture and creativy on health. We are trying to raise money to put on more events, most of which are free to attend and to bring the festival to harder to reach audiences, which are often the most in need of this kind of support. So we have a great event and we also have a great network, our newsletter has 4000 subscribers, we have just reached 10k on Twitter and our Facebook is looking healthy too. Yet, we are not currently persuading anyone to donate the the whole thing has been a bit of a flop! We have been advised by Crowdfunder to try a follow on campaign, which will essentially be a copy. However we would love someone with expertise to come in and make this work! Ideally someone with digital marketing, copywriting and comms/PR experience who could write a great description 'sell' the cause and then spread the word. We would give you free reign with our social media platforms! This would need to be done as soon as possible as the week is happening 10- 16th June, we will be running the campaign right up to the festival. Take a look and tell us how you could improve things. https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/creativity-and-wellbeing-week-2019
Start dateAs soon as possible
Remote working is possible
London Arts in Health Forum
London Arts in Health Forum is a membership organisation which aims to develop the role of culture in wellbeing and to promote and support arts in health activity across London and nationally. LAHF supports artists and health professionals across the whole of London and beyond, promoting excellence and engagement in the field of arts and wellbeing, and extending the reach of the arts to communities and individuals who would otherwise be excluded. Many people are excluded from mainstream arts opportunities, yet it is often these people whose health and wellbeing could be most enhanced through such engagement. Through its activities, LAHF works to promote, develop and support the understanding of what the arts can do to contribute to a healthy society, in London and nationally, and by so doing to encourage the use of the arts in settings beyond the mainstream.
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