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Collective hits Better Society Awards hat-trick

Funders of The Rooftop, Campaign Collective have secured a nomination for the Better Society Awards Consultancy of the Year for the third year in a row.

The entry for the 2020 Awards sets out how the social enterprise has a four star social impact rating according the industry association’s social value assessment and how campaigns have helped meet seven of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (up from six in 2018). 

Recent campaigns included those to end poverty, ensure healthy lives, provide quality education, achieve gender equality, promote sustainable economic growth and encourage peaceful and inclusive societies.

In addition, the social enterprise nature of the Collective, meant that the agency also contributed to supporting smaller campaigns and the next generation of campaigners. This includes the funding and running of The Rooftop – providing a daily dose of positive news worth shouting about.

The Collective also supported Social Enterprise World Forum in Ethiopia and supports the roll out of PR and Communications Apprenticeships designed to help more young people become campaigners in the future.

Sarah Colombini, Founder Member of Campaign Collective, said:

The Collective is not just about delivering good work: we want to do this in an ethical and inspiring way.

At the heart of our approach is a desire to do things differently and to create a sustainable business model which serves a specific client base in an ethical way.

Thank you to our Members, Associates and Clients for their hard work that has made this happen.

Campaign Collective was also shortlisted for the Third Sector Awards Agency of the Year in 2019.

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Campaign Collective is a social enterprise that ensures organisations and campaigners creating a better society can benefit from affordable professional communications advice and support. Our social impact is defined by the work we do for our clients in generating positive behavioural change among the public and by using the profits generated to support the Collective’s own social purpose fund. This fund is used to help small organisations campaign more effectively and to inspire the next generation of campaigners. Visit campaigncollective.org for more information.