Engage Brandcraft has turned five years old and to celebrate, in addition to the requisite party, the five members of the Engage Brandcraft team have each chosen a cause-related brand to freshen up pro-bono in 2012.
Creative director Ian Nel says, "We are lucky to be here after rolling recessions - we entered the industry pretty green in the first place with no business experience of our own. These past five years have been a steep learning curve but we've loved most of it and hey, here we are."
Each of the five causes chosen by the Engage team will receive a complimentary consultation session, brand identity makeover and R5000 in print-work or other requirements that we establish as being important to their identity/image or critical to their work.
Strategy man Chris Human elaborates on the relevance of giving back as a birthday gesture: "We were thankful for all the good passes and opportunities life has thrown our way since opening up shop - they're the reason we are here. We got some lucky breaks and we figured it would be appropriate to put some lucky breaks back out there for others - even if they're small."
The causes we'll be supporting are:
Chris: Siyakhula Education Foundation Ian: Dibanani Childrens' Home Dijon: TEARS Stephi: Maitland Cottage Home Chrisli: Second Chance Welfare
Take a look at our portfolio to get an idea of what we've been up to the last five year. You'll find it here: www.engage.co.za/work.
You can also read more about our five chosen charities, why we chose them and what we're planning to do for them on the engage Blog here: www.engage.co.za/blog. We'll be following the progress on each of these projects there over the course of 2012 on the blog too. If you'd like to add your thoughts or contribute further to any of these causes - please comment on the post or you can contact us directly on .
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