Posted on November 2nd 2021 by Super Admin
The Childhood Trust is launching a Christmas campaign in partnership with JBi Digital, its long term digital partner.

The campaign will give children the chance to write their own letter to Santa and receive a personalised response from him. Every child who sends a letter will also have the chance to win one of five one-to-one video calls with Saint Nick himself!

The campaign is now live at the following link:

Christmas Letter To Santa

The Childhood Trust and JBi Digital Extend Their Partnership

The Childhood Trust is absolutely thrilled to be collaborating with the incredible team at JBi once again this Christmas. The partnership started in 2020 when the agency was appointed to design and build a new website for The Childhood Trust on a pro-bono basis, enhancing the charity’s brand and digital presence.

The website has been a huge success, bringing The Childhood Trust a 25% increase in page engagement and more-than-doubling online donations. It was named Best Non-Profit Website at the WebAwards 2021.

As a consequence, it has enabled the Trust to support over 55,000 more vulnerable young people impacted by poverty in London in 2021 and is contributing to the Trust’s ongoing growth.

The Letter to Santa campaign is the latest project undertaken as part of this partnership, with the ultimate goal of raising as much money as possible for children in poverty.

About JBi Digital

JBi Digital is an award-winning, London-based digital experience agency, offering strategic, creative, technical and digital marketing services.

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