Raw is a team of planners, researchers, creatives and content producers united in a desire to develop strategies and stand-out content which changes the way people think about organisations and brands.
Together our team brings a diverse range of skills and experience across content strategy, production and marketing and are well-positioned to help you develop your short or long-term content strategy. We pride ourselves in being agile enough to understand your needs and desired outcomes to create and deliver the solution that’s right for you.
We facilitate free knowledge share events to help charities network, keep up with trends and make the best possible use of their content. Our aim is to build a supportive network in which charities and agencies alike share expertise, knowledge and support to aid growth in the third sector.
Previous speakers include WaterAid, Age UK, RNIB, Google & YouTube Spaces UK, The Royal British Legion and Parkinson’s UK.
Our next event, Lessons in Content: Big learnings from 2017, will be in Soho, London on 1 February 2018. Please note this event is already sold out – make sure you’ve signed up to our mailing list to be the first to hear about the next one!
Raw:Reach is our annual competition to giveaway £10,000 worth of video production and strategic support to small charities, to help them reach new audiences and raise essential funds.
Learn more about our most recent projects below or nominate your charity here.
Changing the way people see and understand emotional abuse
This campaign aims to change the way people see and understand emotional abuse, encouraging young people to rethink their own situation or that of those around them. Launched on Valentine’s Day, the film targets young people who are becoming especially vulnerable to coercive and controlling relationships, as behaviours like extreme jealousy are often portrayed as love or passion in the media.
Changing the lives of kids living on the streets
S.A.L.V.E. International are a British and Ugandan based charity working to get children off the streets in Jinja, Uganda. As a small charity, they rely solely on fundraising to make their work possible so we donated this film as part of our Raw:Reach competition in 2016.