Cheadle Hulme School Brochure Case Study
Here at pixel8, we love working with Cheadle Hulme School. We’ve worked with them now on a wide array of projects including their new web design which you can take a look at here. But the most recent project we’ve completed for the local school is the design of a brochure for their recent comedy night.
Because it was for such a great cause, we designed the brochure for free on behalf of Cheadle Hulme School.
Held with the aim to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, in memory of Callum Ballantine, the school managed to raise an amazing £19,000 pounds during the event!
What We Did
We knew that we had to create a high-quality brochure that was sure to capture the lovely event in detail whilst also looking great.
The school provided us with a green logo on a black background that said ‘Comedy School', and the font was very reminiscent of a high school sports font - which really set the tone for the evening.
We kept the same colour scheme and also included some polaroid type snaps around the images in the piece, making the whole thing have the feel of a high school yearbook.
Take a look below at some screen grabs!
Both Cheadle Hulme and the Teenage Cancer Trust were really pleased with the results. So much so that we actually received a letter from Teenage Cancer Trust themselves thanking us for our work.
‘I’m writing to thank you so much for designing the programme for the fabulous Comedy Night organised by Cheadle Hulme School for Teenage Cancer Trust in memory of Callum Ballantine. This was such a lovely gesture and forms part of the phenomenal £19,000 which was raised from the event on Monday night.
Teenage Cancer Trust relies on voluntary donations and the support of local people to deliver our vital services, ensuring that young people with cancer and their families have access to the best possible care and support. The funds raised through this amazing event will have a huge impact in enabling us to prove these services to other young people like Callum diagnosed with cancer in the North West.
We believe a young person’s life shouldn’t just stop because they have cancer - that they should be young people first and cancer patients second. Every one of you has been a part of making that a reality for the seven young people diagnosed with cancer each day.
Thank you again on behalf of all of us here at Teenage Cancer Trust, and the young people we support - together we will transform the lives of young people with cancer.’ Vanessa Simons - Regional Fundraising Manager North West
We love doing our bit for local charities and our clients - so we certainly found this to be a very heartwarming letter indeed.
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