Santa Paws: Tiger Eye’s Christmas Cards with Meaning
With clients at the heart of everything we do, we always make sure to send our customers a little Christmas cheer during the festive season, with a Christmas gift.
However, this year we wanted to do things a little differently.
We felt that this Christmas, we wanted to do even more for our community. We wanted to spread a little hope and cheer to not only our clients, but those around us, too.
Having worked closely with The Benjamin Foundation throughout 2019, and forming close relationships with their team, we wanted to use our Christmas presents as a platform to help others.
Knowing our clients shared our values, we devised our campaign. We decided to send Christmas cards (made from recycled card) to all our customers, and to those who we’ve enjoyed working so closely with throughout the past year. Putting our own signature twist on the classic Christmas card, we partnered with Greenwood and Bell to produce our unique festive tiger design (see below).
With each card sent, we delivered an opportunity to join with us in helping those in need. Following the QR code hidden inside each card, recipients were directed to our website, where they were invited to make a donation in their name to The Benjamin Foundation – paid in full by Tiger Eye.
As a Thank You to our customers, for taking the time to help us, our QR code scanners were directed to a short video, delivering a message of thanks from our team to theirs this festive season.
However, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who scanned our cards and made donations, including (but not exclusive to):
- Allison Hosking, Al Tamimi
- Steve Sumner, Taylor Vinters
- Deborah Garcia, iManage
- Jack Horwitz, Leathes Prior
- Olive Buckley, iManage
- Dean Williams, BLM Law
- Davit Mather, Sintons Law
- Matthew Riches, Nelsons Law
- Higginson, Wilson Nesbitt
- Stuart Underhill, Community Housing Group
- Helen Cunningham, Mincoffs
- Andrew Anthony, Mills and Reeve
- Sarah Galley, DJB Law
- Michael Kinnear, Jura Global
- Moz Mohammad, Powell Gilbert
- Anne Harkness, Alpha Training
- Sue Wigfield, Legat Owen
- Lee House, Byrne and Partners
With each donation made, our network has helped us to support The Benjamin Foundation and their vital work, fighting youth homelessness and abuse in Norfolk and Suffolk.
Caption: Tiger Eye’s tiger-themed Christmas card design, in aid of The Benjamin Foundation