Norwich marketing agency chooses Blood Bikes for first charity partnership

SERV Norfolk Blood Bikes in action. Picture: SERV Norfolk Blood Bikes

SERV Norfolk Blood Bikes in action. Picture: SERV Norfolk Blood Bikes

SERV Norfolk Blood Bikes

Norwich marketing agency OneAgency has chosen SERV Norfolk Blood Bikes as the first charity it will support with expertise and fundraising.

The Blood Bikes provide out of hours transport for blood and blood products, vaccines and urgent medical supplies as well as breast milk to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital and James Paget Hospital.

With a monthly running cost of £3,800, the charity is entirely volunteer-run.

Helen Littlewood, client service director at OneAgency, said: “We wanted to make sure that by the end of the year the charity we chose had something lasting, a legacy of our time partnering with them, to take it forward, raising its profile in a professional way to help it attract more support. We will be refreshing Blood Bikes’s brand identity, designing a new website and leaving it with marketing assets, so hopefully fundraising will be a lot easier in the future.”

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