Integrated agency Stratitude is celebrating its six-year anniversary with pro bono client Sunshine Association. The Sunshine Association is a non-profit organisation that has, for the past 40 years, been supporting children with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities.

“We are constantly amazed by the dedication and hard work of all the staff at Sunshine Association and we love that they bring real change to the lives of the children who are in their care,” says Sylvia Schutte, managing director at Stratitude. “We are inspired by the work that they do and proud that we can assist them with all of their marketing needs.”

The agency relaunched the Sunshine Association website in 2013 and manages all their communication requirements and campaigns, including direct marketing in the form of bi-monthly newsletters, outdoor branding, advertising, PR and also more recently social media. In addition, Stratitude has managed various successful initiatives for the Sunshine Association, including Walk the Talk, Mandela Day, and Casual Day.

According to Shannon O’Keefe, general manager of Sunshine Association, “The Stratitude team is passionate in everything that they deliver for us and through their generosity we have been able to engage with our partners and stakeholders as well as raise funds. We hope that our relationship with them continues for many more years.”

“We salute Sunshine Association as they celebrate their milestone of 40 years and it’s been an honour to be part of their journey for the last six years. Even with reduced funding they still manage to support disabled children as well as the children’s families and the communities in which they live. This shows the absolute commitment of all the staff, volunteers and supporters of the Sunshine Association, and it reaffirms why they are our charity of choice. We look forward to a long partnership with the Sunshine Association,” says Schutte.

About the Sunshine Association:

The Sunshine Association is a dynamic, progressive and innovative non-profit organisation in the field of intellectual disability, offering diverse services at many levels. All developments and services offered by the organisation are a direct response to the needs identified in the communities.