Good News
The Do Good Advertising December 2008 Newsletter

Busy busy busy. Busy busy.
Oh, and its Christmas already.

OK, it’s taken us six months to send out our bi-monthly newsletter, but we’ve been busy boys and girls at Do Good (excuses, excuses). Lots of new work completed, lots almost completed and at this rate expect our next newsletter in 2010. Oh, almost forgot, have a fantastic Christmas from everyone here at Do Good!

The Good Academy on the roll

We have Charity Status and two guinea pig students (Iain and Jonathan) working away on projects for Fablevision and Redhall Gardens. To keep us in the money, Alan O'Hagan (of Alan O'Hagan Advertising) has ran the Great Scottish run in aid of the academy - all proceeds going towards Hob Nobs, Jaffa Cakes and double-sided sticky tape. Please give generously!

Down’s Syndrome Scotland

As well as designing their new logo we have also recently finished DSS’s annual review where we focused on people with Down’s syndrome ‘realising their potential’.
This is a great organisation with genuine, forward-thinking people.


Currently working on SCIAF’s Lent campaign for 2009, we have recently completed several other projects including a report on mass rape in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The more people know about issues like this the better.



ScotsCare helps Scots who live in and around London suffering hardship or seeking to rebuild or improve their lives. We created a campaign of press ads to highlight their services which appeared in national press and online. We have also just completed their annual report.


A leading national charity supporting people with mental health needs, Together asked us to design and print their latest information leaflet. These are great people to work with.

Respect Me

Scotland’s anti-bullying service asked Do Good to create a series of posters to promote their ‘You can make a difference’ campaign to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week. A switched on organisation driven by a focus on children’s rights.


Founded in 1739, Coram works with vulnerable children, young people and their families. They asked us to design a new look for a welcome leaflet for new donors. This was great fun to work on.

Toynbee Hall

Based in Tower Hamlets in the East End of London, Toynbee Hall produces practical innovative programmes to meet the needs of local people. They asked Do Good to design and print this year’s annual report – we took the tree of life from their logo and as our concept placed trees in different locations throughout London’s East End.





Volunteer Centre

The Volunteer Centre in Falkirk asked us to create a banner to attract volunteers. We also organised the print and supply of a fantastic eco-friendly bamboo pop-up banner - we think this banner system looks fantastic and is possibly the ‘greenest’ one on the market. Nice one.

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