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Just:: Health PR is to join national communications charity Media Trust as a corporate member, forming part of an impressive lineup that already includes BBC, Channel 4, Daily Mail and General Trust, Google, Guardian Media Group, News International and Sky.
Just:: Health PR was founded in 2006 by the agency’s Managing Directors Emma Crozier and Jennie Talman. The agency works with an impressive range of clients from around the world to launch innovative campaigns that generate exciting and tangible results. Today, they are the UK’s third largest independent agency.
As a corporate member of Media Trust, the agency will harness the skills, experience and resources of their employees to empower charities and communities across the UK to have a voice and be heard. Just:: Health PR's first undertaking as a corporate member begins today, as they host an intensive workshop for a group of small charities looking to influence government policy.
Emma Crozier, Managing Director and co-founder of Just:: Health PR, said: "We're proud to join Media Trust's impressive list of corporate members and look forward to playing our part in continuing their vital work. We know that media has the power to change lives and by applying our expertise hope to enable many more charities and communities to enhance their communications and maximise their social impact."
Caroline Diehl, Chief Executive of Media Trust, said: "We are delighted to welcome Just:: Health PR as a corporate member, an agency that brings with them extensive experience across PR, campaigning and public affairs, combined with outstanding creative talent. By working with Just:: Health PR we can continue to ensure that charities and communities from across the UK can tell their stories."
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