They are calling on the creative community to create posters of optimism to raise funds for vulnerable women and children.
Social isolation during the pandemic is more dangerous for women and children living in the reality of abusive relationships. ISPCC Childline are already reporting a 30% increase in vulnerable children seeking help and advice online. Equally, Women’s Aid are deeply concerned about the safety of women and children affected by domestic abuse during this pandemic.
Creatives Against Covid-19 is calling on the creative industry across Ireland to design and donate inspiring posters of optimism. The posters will be made available to download or buy in print, with all funds donated equally across both charities.
The campaign is a collaboration between Shauna Buckley, Emma Conway, Sarah Doyle, Ryan Kavanagh, Fuchsia MacAree, Rory Simms, The Project Twins and was originated by RichardsDee.
See_ Attached PDF brief.