Charity specialist web design agency Electric Putty is marking its 10 year anniversary by giving away one free account on their brand management tool for charities BrandStencil.
The new service provides a central place online for charities and groups to manage their brand. They can use it to create templates for marketing materials such as event posters or leaflets that can then be used or edited by other staff or volunteers, even in other branches or offices.
For example, the same template for an event poster can be edited by regional fundraisers with specific details of the event in their area. All of the variants though will reflect the charity’s standard look and feel.
The Brighton-based company specialises in working with charities and NGOs including RSPB, Ovarian Cancer Action and The Army Cadet Force.
The prize is a free-forever account on BrandStencil, which the company says is worth £200 a month. In addition, Electric Putty will create three editable templates for the winning charity, and work with them to customise existing communications materials.
To enter the competition visit the BrandStencil website.
The closing date is 14 November 2014 and the winning charity will be announced on 17 November.
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