JCDecaux have announced that they will be working with five charity partners in 2023 and 2024. Further to a competitive process the five charity partners that have been selected are ALONE, Barnardos, Fairtrade, Fighting Blindness and Peter McVerry Trust.
JCDecaux have been running a formal charity partnership program since 2016. Through this program each charity is given access to the JCDecaux portfolio of outdoor advertising formats so that they can raise much needed awareness of the issues facing them on a daily basis.
The JCDecaux charity partnership program is part of the company’s ESG strategy, which recognises the importance of their advertising formats in the public realm as a community communications channel, with the objective of ensuring that these formats continue to make a positive contribution to society.
Tony O’Flanagan, Marketing Director of JCDecaux said, “this year we had the highest number of applications for our charity partnership program to date and the standard of entries was extremely high. Incredible work is being done by the charity sector in so many different areas. We are really looking forward to working closely with our charity partners over the next two years and we are confident that our formats will play a vital role in raising awareness of the crucial work that all of our charity partners are doing.”
Pictured to announce the partnerships are (l-r): Seán Moynihan - CEO ALONE, Suzanne Connolly - CEO Barnardos, Finbarr Roche - CEO Fighting Blindness, Tony O’Flanagan - Marketing Director JCDecaux, Fr. Peter McVerry - Founder Peter McVerry Trust
For more information on JCDecaux's Charity Partnerships please email firstname.lastname@example.org