Partick Thistle Charitable Trust
- Print design
- Video production
Supporting Partick Thistle Charitable Trust’s football camps with creative services.
Partick Thistle Charitable Trust asked us to help promote their football camps, which we offered to do for free; developing creative, leaflets, posters, photography and film.
They harnesses the power of football to promote health and well-being to some of the most disadvantaged and disengaged people and families in the community of North Glasgow.
We produced posters and flyers featuring some of the kids who benefit from the Trust’s work.
A photo shoot and promotional video complete with some expert drone piloting skills was created to help promote the work of the charity, highlighting the benefit of their work in and around the community.
Check out the film below.
With standout creative assets including printed material, a suite of professionally shot photography and high def video promo, PTCT had the resources to help promote the organisation’s football camps to a wider audience.
These assets were used to Leverage the power of social media to help spread the word about the good they do, not just for kids and football but to the greater community as a whole.
"We approached Three Part Story to help us advertise our kid's football camps as we knew we needed a professional refresh. With growing competition, stretched staff, and limited capabilities we struggled to deliver the message to parents across Glasgow that our football camp was the best out there, and that profits were re-invested into our life-changing projects. From day one the Three Part Story team was so welcoming, and they completely understood who we were and that as a charity the return from our kid's camps was imperative to keep us financially sustainable. They supplied us with a whole new approach for advertising and designed high-end online and offline creative. Not only did this pull our regular customers back throughout the year, but allowed us to effectively communicate with a whole new audience, increasing our numbers and HOPEFULLY building a new generation of Thistle fans!" Becca, Partick Thistle Charitable Trust,