Each year, the team donate time and a percentage of profits to a chosen charity and for 2018 Sunny Thinking chose the Stroke Association. Jonathan Reed, managing director of the agency, has witnessed first-hand the devastation the condition can cause after his sister-in-law suffered a severe stroke at the age of 41.
“It just made sense to choose the Stroke Association for this year’s charity,” explains Reed. “It’s a cause very close to my heart and one that we were eager to support. To coincide with our 10th birthday we decided to do 10 different events and activities. As a team, we’ve done everything from a sponsored silence and bake-off. To slightly more challenging things, like Tough Mudder and the Manchester to Blackpool Bike Rid. We’ve climbed Snowdon and even got the kids up Kinder Scout. The one I’m most proud of is doing the Leicester half marathon with my mum, who is 75 years old and a bit of a speed demon. The original target was £1,000 so we’re delighted to have smashed that.” he continued.
"It just made sense to choose the Stroke Association for this year's charity, explains Reed. It's a cause very close to my heart and one that we were eager to support."
Jonathan Reed, managing director of Sunny Thinking
Over the last decade, Sunny Thinking has developed an award-winning reputation for their advertising, branding, design and marketing work. They have enjoyed relationships with a wide range of clients including the NHS, buzz Manchester Health & Wellbeing Service, GreaterSport, Making Space, Manchester Metropolitan University, Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Ombudsman Services, Unitron, Xercise4Less, Mornflake Cereals and Soreen.
Looking ahead to 2019 and beyond the agency is excited about the future and continuing the award-winning work it does with family focussed brands and businesses and with organisations in the health and wellbeing sectors. “It’s been an amazing 10 years. I’m really proud of what we’ve achieved. We’ve got lots of things to announce early next year.” finished Reed.
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