Instinctif Partners collaborates with SHS

Instinctif Partners has established a partnership with School-Home Support (SHS), a UK-based charity that improves the lives of disadvantaged children by removing barriers to their education.

SHS Aspiration Day 1

SHS Aspiration Day

Instinctif Partners’ employees now have the opportunity to work directly with the children and parents that SHS supports. On a more corporate level, the agency will also help to create a communications campaign that will target schools across the UK.

Richard Nichols, CEO at Instinctif Partners said: “SHS is a fantastic charity that has changed the lives of so many, yet its story is largely untold. We’re excited about the opportunity to raise awareness of this charity and help it achieve the next stage of growth. At Instinctif we are passionate about improving the lives of children and SHS does exactly that.”

Instinctif Partners supports a number of charities focused on improving the lives of young people. It devised a communications strategy for the ASHA Trust, a provider of Early Childhood Development (ECD) and support programmes for home-based crèches in disadvantaged communities in South Africa.

Saul Heselden, head of fundraising at SHS added: “We are absolutely delighted to be in partnership with Instinctif Partners. The work SHS does is extremely impactful and really makes a difference to the children and families we support, with 89% of children displaying improved behaviour.

“However, despite working with hundreds of thousands of children over the past 30 years, many people are not aware of us. Partnering with Instinctif Partners will give our charity the visibility we need in order to continue to grow and help more families across the country.”

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