Bristol Business News photo gallery: Launch of Noble Deeds contest at Be Better Bristol event

July 4, 2024

Noble Deeds, the scheme providing pro bono digital performance marketing support to West of England charities and not-for-profit organisations, has returned for its third year.

Staged by the Bristol office of US-owned agency Noble Performs, the package this year will include SEO, analytics and paid social worth £25,000 to the winner.

Originally operated by Noble Performs’ headquarters in Nevada, the Noble Deeds pro bono programme has been running for nearly 15 years.

The support package up for grabs aims to upskill the winning organisation’s existing marketing team through digital marketing support and skills training tailored to suit its specific needs.

The launch event under the banner of Be Better Bristol was staged at iconic Bristol concert venue St George’s and heard from Nick Sturge, non-executive chair of techSPARK – the not-for-profit network for the tech cluster in Bristol & Bath – Age UK South Gloucestershire CEO Mark Flower and Caroline Amran, recruitment lead at Babbasa, the pioneering Bristol organisation helping young people from the city’s less advantaged communities into work and education.

Noble UK managing director Kate Sikora said: “Our speakers did a terrific job of getting attendees thinking about how they could do better and be better.

“There was a real buzz in the room with people exchanging ideas, making new connections and enjoying the event in a relaxed, social setting.”

Entrants to Noble Performs must be registered charities or not for profits based in the South West. Application end on Friday 12 July, with the winner selected by the end of the month.

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Photos by Barbara Evripidou

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