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Boys+Girls Wins DSPCA Creative Account

Boys + Girls has picked up the DSPCA creative account. The DSPCA is Ireland’s oldest and largest animal welfare charity and was established in 1840.

According to Rachel Delaney,  brand, marketing & communications strategist, DSPCA:

‘This is such an important time for the DSPCA. With the increasing demand for our services, particularly in such a challenging time for everyone, it’s crucially important that our communications clearly and cohesively convey what we stand for, and the charity’s core mission. As we get closer to Christmas, this becomes even more important,” says Rachel Delaney, brand and marketing communications strategist, DSPCA.

“We exist exclusively to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome sick, injured and cruelly treated animals and it’s our mission to make it socially unacceptable to mistreat any animal. The team in Boys + Girls share this passion and understanding so we look forward to working together to highlight our essential animal rescue efforts,” she adds.

Sarah Sherry, business Director, Boys + Girls adds: “The DSPCA as an organisation and a group of people are so deeply impressive and passionate, we were determined to work together. The work they do is so important and makes such an impact in so many lives. We’re working together to deliver brilliant communications that help them achieve their
ambitious goals.”


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