Beacon Centre for the BlindProject
Sight Friendly Award
An organisation with a presence in Wolverhampton since 1875 was our client for a charity video regarding an award it is offering businesses!
Beginning life as the Wolverhampton Society for the Blind, today the Beacon Centre for the Blind is a registered charity which offers support for those affected by sight loss, and which aims to increase awareness of the condition in the process.
As part of the many services it offers, the Beacon Centre has created a Sight Friendly Award – an award designed for companies and organisations who want to make their services more accessible for people with sight loss.
It is with this in mind that we were approached by the Beacon Centre for a charity video all about the award, its benefits, and its importance.
For this brief, we headed over to the Beacon Centre’s headquarters to hear from a number of its team – including Chief Executive Arwyn Jones – about the award and its relevance at a time when over 150,000 West Midlanders are living with sight loss.
Our video – which you can watch above – also contains shots of the exterior of the Beacon Centre’s headquarters, activities that were taking place inside, background music, and a sprinkling of motion graphics.
Alongside Arwyn Jones, our video also contains contributions about the award from Donna Gordon, Partnership Development Manager, and Tim Jukes, Enablement & Employment Officer.
For more on the Beacon Centre and its Sight Friendly Award, visit its website
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