A RECENT PROJECT

Virtual event for fundraising campaign

Spring Into Action - an event for ambassadors to raise £500,000

The Client:

WIZO UK

Type:

Virtual event

Platform:

Zoom

Watch highlights from the event

Description:

A virtual event for ambassadors as part of a fundraising campaign. The event was hosted by WIZO UK CEO and included live interviews with key speakers, pre-recorded videos, images, and information about the crowdfunding platform.

More than £850,000 was raised in the campaign.

Full Event

Watch the full event on WIZO UK's website here

Images from the event

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