A new three-year community development project funded by the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Fund, The Isaac Hitchen Project aims to work with Lancashire’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGB&T) communities to reduce isolation, improve mental health and empower LGB&T people to involve with themselves within wider communities through a range of volunteering opportunities.
The Project supports LGB&T people to meet the needs of their communities through the development of a wide and varied range of LGB&T peer support groups, community groups, information and support drop-ins and befriending services across Lancashire.
“As a brand new project, we wanted to make a real splash in Lancashire so we thought it was time to give the organisation a facelift by creating a fresh brand,” explains project co-ordinator Travis Peters. “But as a small voluntary sector charity with tightly allocated budgets, we very rarely have a great deal of money to spare on large marketing tasks. After our in-house designer had created our logos and the wonderfully creative team at Curlykale had designed our brand identity and website, it was time to start thinking about print resources.”
“In a previous job, a member of our team had used Solopress for his printing needs and had wowed us all with tales of free delivery, great quality and even better prices – so we decided to give them a go,” Travis continues. “But nothing prepared us for the reality. Turnaround as fast as the speed of light, fantastic customer service and charity-friendly prices! We still can’t figure out how Solopress actually do it, we’re guessing it’s some kind of magic.”
“Either way, The Isaac Hitchen Project would recommend Solopress to anyone and we’ll be sure to return to them time and time again for any of our printing needs. Actually, we think we’re a little bit in love with Solopress…”
Solopress printed these 350gsm Silk A6 Flyers for The Isaac Hitchen Project
Solopress printed these Roller Banners for The Isaac Hitchen Project