Previously we’ve collaborated with many local and national charities including Dorset Wildlife Trust, Julia’s House, Forest Holme Hospice, Dorset Advocacy, Orbis UK, Southampton Women’s Aid and The Endangered Asian Species Trust (EAST); donating portable pull-up banners with bespoke graphics designed in-house.
We design and build exhibition stands for a living, and we thought that by providing the charities with banner stands it would help them with visuals when they are out and about fundraising, or they can be used as additional display assets in shops or offices.
Recently, we were delighted to lend our support to Poole-based, Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s Disability Charity, by gifting the not-for-profit organisation up to three roller banners per year.
Founded in 1955 by Mrs Phyllis Edwards, Diverse Abilities empowers children and adults with disabilities to achieve their full potential, have fun and maximise their opportunities.
It’s an exceptionally worthy cause and one that we’re thrilled to be involved with.
We very much hope that these new banners will prove an asset to Diverse Abilities in the never-ending quest to raise awareness for their cause and attract much needed funds.
“We really appreciate the support of Quadrant2Design and are very grateful for the banners that have been printed free of charge. These pop-up banners will be used at a range of events showcasing the charity’s services and are therefore great for awareness of what Diverse Abilities does within the local community”, said Jenny Pearce, Communications Manager from Diverse Abilities.