Cause Related Marketing


One of the most highly visible and attractive ways to engage your customers, boost revenue, media coverage, and make vital wishes come true is to partner with us on a cause related marketing campaign.

How does it work? Your business could support us directly through product sales. This can help increase your profits and raise your brand awareness. Fairy and Snack Basket have worked with us for a number of years on seasonal campaigns and we are delighted to welcome TUBS sweets as our latest CRM partner.

By aligning your product or service with ours, you can expect some of the following benefits:
– Differentiate your product from the market.
– Emotionally engage your customer base.
– Attract new customers through alignment with an inspiring cause.
– Help make wishes come true!

For more information, contact Gareth or Marjut in the corporate team:
01 205 2012
Gareth@makeawish.ie
Marjut@makeawish.ie

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