Red Cross – Charity Arcade

Everyone has left over coins from their travels, why… we think we might use them again. Do we, of course not. The Swedish Red Cross has come up with a novel way to make you part with those coins and donate to charity, called Charity Arcade. Traditional coin donation boxes were transformed into arcade games, … Continue reading

Amnesty International – Help Get Them Home

Waterloo is the UK’s busiest railway station and is used by thousands of people to make their way home every day, but this weekend, it was transformed to raise awareness for those who want to go home, but can’t. The Amnesty International campaign Help Get Them Home saw the world’s largest departure board at the … Continue reading

Amnesty International – Not Here But Now

Another day and another powerful and compelling campaign from Amnesty International to bring to life the extent to which human rights are being violated across the globe on a daily basis. Not Here But Now launched by Amnesty International Switzerland has seen over 200 posters placed across the nation’s major cities to shock and create … Continue reading

Coldplay at Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions

Coldplay, well half of them, were the main headline act at the Jo Whiley curated, Little Noise Sessions, in aid of the fantastic charity Mencap last week at the St John-at-Hackney church in Clapton. The week-long events sees some of music’s finest stripped back in the amazing, but intimate venue in East London. Chris Martin … Continue reading

Mindful of creativity

Last night saw the late view of Mindful at the cavernous Old Vic Tunnels. Launched with a gala dinner and auction hosted by Mind president Stephen Fry on Wednesday evening; Mindful is an exhibition and series of events to raise money for the creative therapies fund within Mind, the leading mental health charity in England … Continue reading