Current Projects for 2021
From grassroots community to National memorials.
The last two years has seen a significant impact on the way we live and work, and this has played an important part in our charity public relations projects. The ability to adopt to change has been critical. In 2021, we have focused on the client projects which are the most dearest to our hearts.
After 82 - AIDS True Stories Documentary
82 Films Limited
The real life AIDS documentary by Steve Keeble and Ben Lord at 82 Films Ltd
We saw Its A Sin, the powerful drama by Russell T Davies for Channel 4, yet the real life stories were beautifully captured by the incredible talents of Lord and Keeble in this 2017 film.
Step back into 1982 and follow the journey of each notable figure, share with them their experiences of HIV first hand.
Narrated by Dominic West
The Green Project
Pamper Indulge Give - the future of inner city culture and community spirit is in their hands.
The Green Project is the brain child of Charlene Charles and a handful of volunteers who, for more than 5 years have ben making a difference to the kids from poorer backgrounds in South London.
It is all about teaching youngsters about health and wellbeing and giving them access to skills and learning they would have not had before.
The project focuses on teaching kids about food, but more to the point, where it comes from, planting, growing, harvesting, cooking and eating. The team developed this programme to help local kids understand their environments better, how to sustain a healthy diet and develop independent skills.
The key is to encourage to kids work together, breaking down isolation and allowing them to make better life choices for themselves and their families.
London AIDS Memorial - Project Lighthouse
We project manage the first UK National AIDS Memorial, London
Born out of a desire to see an official monument to the AIDS victims at the site of the old London Lighthouse, Steve and Ben approached me to join them in realising this vision.
Set to be unveiled in July 2022, we have joined forces with the Museum of Brands and sculptor, Romany Mark Bruce to build a complete memorial which will both enlighten and educate millions of visitors all over the world about the significant impact of the AIDS virus in London in the early 1980s.
We will be joined by stars and celebrities of the time and now to celebrate and commemorate in a start studded gala event. We look forward to updating you soon.