Mike Terry, our Sales and Commercial Director, met up with Denis Tully, Emmanuel House CEO, for a photo shoot alongside the freshly fixed advert campaign. Denis said ‘Winning the competition run by Adverta means that Emmanuel House can continue to tell their story of how the people of Nottingham can help us, help homeless and vulnerable of adults. As an independent charity, Emmanuel House’s funding relies on the generous donations of their supporters. This bus advert will help us reach even more people and help us to continue to provide the life-saving service for our city.’
Offering services including hot food, drinks, the facility to shower and change into clean clothing, they also run workshops on mental health, tenancy, benefits, and training – making them a key part of helping the homeless and vulnerable within Nottingham.
Emmanuel House is even running their own competition off the back of the bus advert to generate more exposure, with anyone tagging the charity in photos of it on Twitter and Facebook to be in with the chance of winning 10 full-day passes to Force10 Paintball in Sherwood Forest.
With the news hitting media outlets in Nottingham, click the article below to read more from West Bridgford Wire.
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