No charitable campaign too big or small

When Theo Clennon was turned down for Proton Therapy funding by the NHS, his mum Natalie Hayward asked us to help.

We launched a national media campaign in The Sunday People, in a bid to help her raise £200,000 needed for the treatment, available in the US that could help him and arranged for his family to appear on TV to promote the campaign to millions.

Our team prides itself on helping international charities as well as individuals working for good causes. No cause is too big or small.

Natalie said: "With your help we've been able to reach out to millions of people who would never have heard of Theo and what he's going through."

If you have a charitable campaign that you want to reach millions, The Press People can help. Drop us a line at  or give us a call and our friendly team will be happy to offer advice and see if we can help.


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