Think Communications
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Sector expertise


We have worked with many organisations in the charitable sector because they so often trade on their expertise in tackling particular issues. We create communications strategies and deliver attention-grabbing public and stakeholder campaigns that highlight your issues and showcase your distinct knowledge and approach to solving them. As corporate partner to Charity Comms we are part of a community of professionals dedicated to helping charities achieve their goals through excellent communications and engagement.

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BRain research trust

We advised on the transformation of an established medical research charity in light of its new strategic direction. We worked with the charity to create a communications, campaigns and stakeholder relations strategy to support ambitious fundraising targets; to rapidly increase their profile with influencers and to demonstrate how their new mission will complement that of other charities in their arena. The work involved close interplay with the charity's research advisors to ensure future research funded by the charity will generate a strong case for support and be aligned to the organisation's purpose. 

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citizenship foundation

"Think Communications’ review was unanimously well received. Julie combines sharp insight with plenty of current experience at the communication coal-face. We have an action plan that is ambitious yet achievable, even with limited resource."

Martin Bostock, chair, Citizenship Foundation

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barrow cadbury trust

Julie was tasked with helping to launch a report about young adults in the criminal justice system to influential stakeholders and the general public for this international grant making foundation. She helped to synthesise key recommendations of a complex report and secured national print and broadcast coverage harnessing both the organisation’s spokesperson and academics to comment on the findings in specialist outlets and national print and broadcast media. Many of the recommendations were subsequently adopted as policy by relevant public bodies.