A Sheffield digital agency is offering the skills of its designers to simultaneously help businesses and charities alike.
Hydra Creative’s first Design for Donation Day will run on February 21. It allows entrepreneurs to develop any design project, such as a logo or branding concept, in return for a donation to Dementia UK.
Emily Barker, digital marketing executive at Hydra, said: “The team can’t wait to welcome a variety of business owners and are up for the challenge of tackling any design. We thought this was a brilliant way to best use the skills within Hydra to raise money for Dementia UK, which provides Admiral Nurses for families affected by dementia and is our charity of the year in 2023.
“Hopefully we’ll be able to hand over a large donation, as well as helping small business owners who may not otherwise have access to experienced designers such as ours.”
Businesses can register now for the Design for Donation Day. They will then be allocated a one hour time slot to visit Hydra, which specialises in bespoke digital solutions, on Tuesday February 21 to work one-on-one with one of five designers.
It is also possible for the work to be completed online. The recommended donation to Dementia UK in return for the hour slot is £50. Everybody who takes part will receive their digital design assets within 24 hours of their session.
Find out more and sign up at Hydra Creative’s website.