Spectrecom has a great record of creating video marketing content for charity clients. One such client is Marie Curie Cancer Care, and we’ve just made six new films publicising the 2014 edition of its annual Great Daffodil Appeal.

Every March, millions of people across the UK show their support for Marie Curie by donating to its Great Daffodil Appeal and wearing a daffodil pin.

Each £20 raised pays for an hour’s care from a Marie Curie nurse and, since launching in 1986, the Great Daffodil Appeal has raised an amazing £68.6million.

Spectrecom previously worked with Marie Curie last year, producing a well-received film for its Walk Ten events. And we were delighted to be chosen to create a new series of films for the run-up to this year’s appeal.

The topics of the films were ‘How to be a Collector’ and ‘Top 5 Collecting Tips’, and the full roster of six videos is now online and ready to be viewed in all their friendly warmth.

Spectrecom regularly lends its video production expertise to some of the biggest charities in the UK. As well as Marie Curie, we’ve worked with Macmillan Cancer Support, the RSPCA, the National Trust, the Imperial War Museum, and many more. Take a look at our Charity Marketing page to find out more about why these charities choose to work with us.

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