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Oasis Media

Oasis Media works with not for profit and charitable organisations of all sizes to help them achieve their goals.

We offer a full range of communications and consultancy services including PR, marketing, events, writing, design, websites, video and audio production as well as fundraising and business development advice. All of our services are provided by consultants with a proven commitment to working for the not for profit sector.

We would be delighted to discuss how we could work with your organisation, whatever your budget, on a no-obligation basis. Please look at how we have helped other charities and what our clients say about us and then get in touch with us for an initial discussion.

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I would definitely use Debbie and her colleagues again to train our staff in media."
Penny Shapland-Chew, director of HR, The Reading Agency

"Oasis Media's committed and professional approach to NMW has, over the years, enabled us to build lasting partnerships, organise high-profile events and engage celebrity support." Philip Venning, Secretary, SPAB

May 2012

Axten FC, the Lambeth-based organisation who work using football as a metaphor for life, helping young people to develop strong life skills including team work, have recently been successful in their bid for Children in Need funding to hold a football tournament. Axten FC's club secretary Claire Townson says:

"An Oasis Media consultant came and wrote a profile on our organisation and the work we do with young people in Lambeth. We were really happy with the empathetic approach taken by the consultant who properly reflected what Axten FC is all about. Thank you."


For more information about Axten FC, go to: www.axtenfc.co.uk/

March 2012

Oasis Media has been delighted to help One To One Development Trust secure media coverage for Recipes for Life, its cross-generational arts project, across a range of media, including
www.artsprofessional.co.uk/Magazine/view.cfm?id=6228&issue=250

February 2012

Third Sector Apprenticeships Event

Oasis Media consultants provided a range of communications consultancy services, including live social media reporting, at a special event held on 8 February in central London by Skills – Third Sector, Fair Train, the third sector’s Group Training Association and London Learning Consortium to mark Apprenticeships Week 2012. The event featured a range of speakers, including third sector employers and young apprentices, who outlined the benefits of apprenticeships.

BIAA

OM consultants, working with BIAA since 2008, are enabling the organisation to explore new sources of income and raise its profile both in the UK and in Turkey, as BIAA expands its remit to support world-class research into the history, archaeology and related fine arts and social sciences of Anatolia, to embrace issue affecting modern day Turkey too.

January 2012

Oasis Media is delighted that one of its consultants is offering media work support to One to One Development Trust on its innovative, cross-generational Recipes for Life project.

One to One Development Trust provides opportunities and access through media production and engagement with the arts. Its projects celebrate and promote culture, heritage, wellbeing, education and diversity.

December 2011

Thomas Pocklington Trust

In 2011 an OM consultant was invited to join a Steering Group to identify new, more effective approaches to disseminating findings of the Trust’s research projects

The Reading Agency

Oasis Media consultants are delighted this month to be providing media training to The Reading Agency. Through our consultants who all have many years' experience working at senior levels within national and international broadcast television, we are able to provide clients with top-quality training, closely tailored to their specific areas of work. See The Reading Agency.

November 2011

OM consultants are delighted to have pitched successfully for continuing to provide communications, social media and media relations support to this charity, which works to make sure that charities and social enerprises have the people with the right skills to make a difference. See The Reading Agency.

October 2011

Oasis Media's work with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings to generate regional media coverage for National Maintenance Week 2011 is already yielding coverage, ahead of launch date on 18 November. See SPAB for details.

January 2011

Members of the Oasis Media consultancy team have won a commission from Lambeth Voluntary Action Council to write a case study based report into the value of small community organisations. The resulting report will showcase the different ways that small groups deliver services that benefit people living and working in Lambeth.

November 2010

Oasis Media were hired for a seventh year to handle the media relations for SPAB's National Maintenance Week and build the profile of this annual event, which this year was fronted by Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen. See SPAB for details.

 

 

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