The West Midland’s Air Ambulance commissioned TT to produce a film to raise awareness of what they do, what their job entails, and the positive effect on the community that they serve.
To drive the digital marketing campaign, the film needed to be emotive, heartwarming and relatable. The aim of the film was to raise the general public’s awareness of what the Midlands Air Ambulance does, how important it is to the community and to put the viewer in the shoes of both Josh’s family and the Air Ambulance crew attending the scene and therefore make it more personal for the viewer.
The film is shot produced in a documentary style, portraying the set of events immediately after josh’s accident, the first part of the film following the Air Ambulance team as they rush to the scene to save Josh’s life. Followed by a segment with Josh’s family, talking about their personal journey and his gratitude towards the West Midlands Air Ambulance for saving his son.
The inspiring footage has featured on ITV Central and BBC Midlands Today, as well leading to features for the charity on TV programmes Countryside 999 and Close Calls on Camera.
The film has been played by all the regional fundraising managers at events, awards ceremonies, talks and presentations which help encourage new fundraising support including new volunteers and corporate sponsors.
“From the very start, the team at Tinker Taylor understood our charity, our ethos and the importance of engaging with the public to highlight our vitally important life-saving service. Tinker Taylor’s creative and thought-provoking videos have helped to inspire and motivate a positive response and subsequent donations, and we believe the return on investment speaks for itself.”
Have reached 3 million people via social media, further increasing brand awareness.
The film helped raise over £12,000 in one hour at a charity ball auction and was played at Cheltenham Festival and raised over £3000 in donations.