An Annual Review that’s top of its league
Rangers Charity Foundation Annual Review
When people think of football, they don’t always think of charity. But Rangers Charity Foundation have been working tirelessly to change that. The Foundation is the charitable arm of Rangers Football Club, supporting local causes and allowing supporters to give back to their community. That’s why we’re proud to be their design sponsor.
We’ve supported the Foundation with loads of exciting projects and initiatives over the years, from creating successful campaigns to branding their fundraising events. But each year when we come to do their Annual Review, that’s when we really see what a difference they make.
Whilst the Foundation might be dealing with hard-hitting issues such as homelessness, supporting veterans or providing vaccinations for impoverished children, they wanted to make sure their Annual Review spread a message of positivity and progress. So, we set to work creating a document to highlight their successes.
With the Annual Review going to donors, fundraisers and stakeholders, it was important that it appealed to the wide audience. With so many fundraising events happening throughout the year, we had plenty to work with, so we could get on with the design whilst the Foundation were getting on with what they do best – creating opportunities for people in need.
Designed to celebrate their hard work from the past year, the Annual Review is packed full of success stories, photos and stats, showing what a difference the Foundation really make to communities here in Glasgow and across the world.
Rangers Charity Foundation Director, Connal Cochrane, said:
Creating an Annual Review from scratch can be a daunting task but Big Think made the process simple and enjoyable from the beginning by talking through our brief with us and creating initial designs through to accommodating our changes as the process developed. We are delighted with how our finished Annual Review looks. Big Think has helped us create a product that is vibrant, reflects our brand, tells our story and has been well received by readers.
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