People’s Trust for Endangered Species reviews achievements

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This month our client People’s Trust for Endangered Species publishes its annual review. This compact A5 document tells the story of the organisation and its activities and is the first to use the new brand identity to bring the message to life.

In 2013 the charity’s achievements included the recruitment of thousands of volunteer Hedgehog Champions to help this species survive, the completion of a UK-wide inventory of traditional orchards (a hugely important habitat for wildlife), and the successful reintroduction of dormice to woodland where they had become extinct.

This is a charity that is concerned with the small creatures that make a big difference for all of us. It’s fantastic work and we hope that with the new branding in place they are set to have even more impact in the future.

Jill Nelson PTES Chief Executive tells us: “We are delighted with our new look. It’s very versatile, working really well for both printed items and on our website. Many people have noticed and told us how much they like it. This gives us great confidence that it will support us well for raising the vital funds needed for our work.”

Related:
You can download the full Annual Review here.
See our case study on the brand identity project here.

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