Peaky Digital Marketing Agency in Cornwall Charity Partnership

A Falmouth-based digital marketing agency is partnering with a children’s organization as charity of the year.

Peaky Digital will support Buckfastleigh-based children’s charity Go Beyond by providing a day of digital marketing services each month.

The agency will provide a range of services including social media, SEO and Google Ads.

Go Beyond offers residential and day trips for children aged eight to 15 at centers nestled in the countryside of Cornwall, Devon and Derbyshire, reaching hundreds of children and young people each year.

Referrals are made by teachers, social workers or healthcare professionals who identify children living in difficult or very difficult circumstances who would benefit most from a Go Beyond break.

Go Beyond said: “We believe that all children should be able to thrive, regardless of their family situation.

“No child should be defined by inequality, tragedy or instability.”

The charity, formerly known as CHICKS, changed its name last year to capture a sense of its mission to help young people move beyond all that stands between them and their brightest future. brilliant – and part of Peaky Digital’s job will be to help educate the local community about this new name and its association.

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Natalie Crouch, MD of Peaky Digital said: “Covid continues to have a lasting impact on the well-being of families and young children, which is why the work of the Go Beyond team is invaluable now more than ever. .

“Our team have been truly touched by their mission – to give deserving children a holiday that lasts a lifetime – and, with locations in Cornwall and the Midlands, as is our own business, we felt this was the connection. perfect with our local communities.

“We are thrilled to help Go Beyond spread its message and make a difference.”

Katy Finnimore, Head of Corporate Fundraising at Go Beyond, said: “At Go Beyond, we are passionate about providing unforgettable outdoor stays for children living in difficult or very difficult circumstances. .

“Additionally, we are responding to the covid pandemic as children’s mental health has reached a tipping point – 190,271 children aged 0-18 were referred to child and adolescent mental health services between April and June 2021 , up 134% over the same period in 2020, and 96% in 2019.

“Now more than ever, we need your help to support children and young people and ‘children of the pandemic’ with memories that last a lifetime.

“We are extremely grateful to Peaky Digital for choosing us as their charity of the year, helping us spread our message and support those who need us.”

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