A fundraising project to help create a new hospice in Framlingham Earl, has gained a special boost from a creative team in the region.
Design agency Nu Image marked its 10th anniversary by carrying out a charitable event in honour of EACH’s Nook Appeal, and has now followed that by producing a short video.
The film has been created specifically to support the ‘buy a brick appeal’, which seeks to raise £10 million.
Graphic designer James Ward was responsible for overseeing the project, and the video is narrated by four-year-old Erin Howes, a pupil at Lingwood Primary School and daughter of Nu Image boss Ian.
He explained: “I found out about the nook appeal as I was part of a group that donated a watch for auction at EACH’s Gala Dinner in 2016. I was lucky enough to attend the event and was blown away by the day-to-day efforts and level of commitment of everyone at EACH.
“I’m a parent and our first-born had a difficult first few weeks that I’m pleased to say were signed off at two years. We consider ourselves extremely lucky to not require the services of EACH, but at the same time the prospect seems quite real. I can’t really imagine going through what these parents are going through, but I’ve heard many incredible stories of happy memories and comfort. The more we hear, the more we want to do to help.”
He added: “We’re extremely proud to support Buy a Brick and equally nervous about the results! For us as a business we can’t afford to donate huge amounts of money to the cause, but it’s our hope that by donating our services we can raise a budget far beyond what we could afford to donate.”
To get involved in this online campaign go to www.each.org.uk/buyabrick.