Published: 10/06/2014 | AUTHOR: Tom Hunter
JJ is delighted to be working with charity, NeST (The Nephrotic Syndrome Trust).
NeST was established in 2005 by trustee David Yearsley, whose son James suffers from Nephrotic Syndrome – a kidney disorder which affects roughly 10,000 people in the UK. Doctors do not fully understand the cause of the syndrome and there is currently no known cure. However a dedicated team at the Bristol Children’s Hospital’s specialist kidney unit is currently researching the disorder in hope of finding a cure.
NeST aims to raise awareness of the syndrome, raise funds for research to find a cure, and to provide support for both sufferers and carers, who often feel isolated.
JJ will be assisting NeST with a range of projects, including a new brand identity, website, marketing collateral, and event activity.
Paula Cunningham, Client Director at JJ, comments: “JJ is proud to be supporting NeST in its bid to raise awareness and fund research to find a cure for Nephrotic Syndrome. David’s passion for the charity has inspired us all, and we look forward to working with the team at NeST to ensure its communications are as effective as possible.”