Creative Compass will provide $1.4 million in marketing assistance to vegan animal rights charities – vegconomist

International Vegan Marketing Agency creative compass is launching a program to help animal charities receive a total of $1.4 million in free advertising. With the offer open to 12 eligible vegan charities, Creative Compass will provide assistance with essential campaign funds and training for animal rights organizations.

“We are excited to be able to use our digital marketing skills to be able to make a real difference for animals”

With a combined total of $1.4 million in free advertising per year available, each month a new animal charity will be created with $120,000 in free Google ad spend per year through the Google Grants program. Creative Compass will then offer free training to help organizations with their future campaigns.

Founders Sam Tucker and Maddie Claire©Creative Compass

Creative Compass has always provided digital marketing services to animal charities at greatly reduced prices, including for the Animal Save movement, but with the launch of the new program, it hopes to help many other charities that may not have generally not the means to market themselves. Her mission is personal, with Creative Compass founders Sam Tucker and Maddie Claire both being dedicated animal rights activists for years.

“There are so many animal rights charities doing such amazing and important work, without the financial support they need and the recognition they deserve. We are thrilled to be able to use our digital marketing skills to be able to make a real difference for animals,” said Creative Compass co-founder and social media director Maddie Claire.

Applications open June 1 and the program launches July 1. All registered animal charities are encouraged to apply to www.vegancreativecompass.com/charity

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