We are Citizen was born nearly a year ago. In that time our little collective has managed to work on some great causes. We launched the new lottery product for Amnesty. We asked Farm Africa’s supporters to be part of ending hunger in Africa by leaving a gift in their will. We made the supporters of Birmingham Children’s Hospital ‘Super Santas’ for giving the gift of Christmas to children with cancer. Additionally we’re proud to be working with the Refugee Council on an appeal that is asking their supporters to help protect Syrian Refugees who have made it to the UK.
It’s been a great start. So in time for our first birthday we feel it’s time for a bit of housekeeping and time to sort our website out. Something we know is desperately needed! So please do watch this space and if you would like to get in touch in the mean time please call Amy Hardy on 07985 122 613 or email her at email@example.com
Citizen are two people who thought they should provide a combination of over 20 years of agency and charity experience, for charities who need the support, but don’t want to pay the big agency fees.
We are Citizen
Tain Oliff - Citizen with a Plan
As a child, Tain was the one who always asked ‘why?’ She also asked ‘how?’, ‘when?’ and ‘what if..? Fortunately, for the many causes she has worked on in ten years of fundraising life, she’s never stopped asking the right questions at the right time. It’s what makes her an excellent, strategic planner who can deliver those killer insights that take clients to new audiences and new levels of success. Now she can’t wait to see what’s next.
Amy Hardy - Well-heeled Citizen
Amy cut her teeth in the above the line world. After blazing a trail through Bates, TBWA and Publicis in both Sydney and London, Amy wanted more. The eternal curse of the successful yet unsatisfied. It was only when she joined Rapp and then Whitewater to work on charities including RSPB, Shelter and ZSL that she found fulfilment and a real commitment to clients and their causes. She briefly left Whitewater to hone her skills in the fast-growing digital scene in Scotland. But she soon came back to the charities she loved and the work she was passionate about.