Monday, 27 November 2017

Sprint Education, our newest supporters!

Our work supporting vulnerable people and their families would not be possible without the incredible support of various companies who are kind enough to offer their services for free.

Sprint Education is an award-winning education marketing agency that offer edu-strategies, data and software that connect education businesses/charities with schools and teachers, amounting to over 48 million education staff connections for their clients annually.



Having helped more organisations sell and communicate with the education sector than any other agency in the world, Sprint Education felt that they had a social and moral responsibility to give back to the education sector. So in 2017 they got in touch with our charity to offer their education marketing services for free.

However, their connection with Missing People actually began back in 2009 when Co-Founders Ben and Guy Lewis read about the disappearance of Andrew Gosden a school boy from Yorkshire. With their ability to connect with UK teachers (and indirectly pupils), they thought they could help find Andrew, so they searched out Andrew’s father and offered to send a missing poster to all UK teachers asking them to print it and display it on their school notice boards/forward on to their pupils, in the hope that someone might spot Andrew and get in touch with information.

Today Sprint Education support our fundraising in schools and help spread awareness of missing children amongst the school community every month.


To discuss your own education marketing strategy go to www.sprint-education.co.uk or call 01684 297374.




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Around 250,000 people go missing in the UK each year. The Missing Blog aims to give a voice to all those affected by this issue.

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