One of the most important parts of working for a charity is to raise awareness of your cause and gather public support. Some of the ways we do this is by setting up Facebook and Instagram accounts to help spread our message, making videos, and holding events.

This week, we’d like you to help support our cause by designing your very own campaign poster. The poster should be eye catching with a simple and straight forward message of how people can help. I’ve posted some examples below! If you’d rather support another charity, that’s absolutely fine too. 

This week, it’s all about getting creative at home. 

We want you to create one of our rescued animals out of your household recyclable materials. 

You could pick Duncan the cow, Colin the turkey, Dorothy the hen, or any of our other farm animals. 

Your chosen material could be toilet rolls, painted glass jars, drink cartons or anything else you would normally recycle. We want you to use pens, paint and googly eyes to make your creations come to life!

To give you some inspiration, we’ve included some ideas below.

You can design your campaign poster by hand or on a computer. Make sure to include colour and images to make your poster stand out amongst the crowd! When complete, stick your campaign poster up in a window of your home to help spread our message far and wide.

To help start you off, here’s what we care about at Goodheart Animal Sanctuaries:

All animals, whether they are wild, pets, or farmed, deserve to be treated with respect and compassion. We can all contribute to a more sustainable future by reducing the amount of meat and dairy products that we eat, amongst other things.

Take a photo of your campaign poster and send it over to kath@goodheartanimalsanctuaries.com by midday on Friday 22nd May  along with your name. The best campaign poster will be shared on our social media, so everyone can appreciate your hard work and effort

 

Good luck with this week’s Caring for Charity challenge!

 

Challenge set: Monday 18th May

Challenge ends: Midday on Friday 22nd May