TomandSteve takes great pride in having created impactful campaign content for numerous esteemed charities, including renowned organisations such as the Royal British Legion, Help for Heroes, GamCare, GamBan, Versus Arthritis, and UNICEF. Through our collaborative approach, we have been able to effectively convey the missions and stories of these charitable organisations, raising awareness and inspiring action. Our team understands the importance of crafting emotionally resonant narratives that connect with audiences and drive meaningful change. From powerful award-winning campaign content to compelling promotional videos, we have leveraged our expertise to support these charities in their vital work, helping to make a positive difference in the world.
Our collaboration with UNICEF involved producing a series of static illustrative guides and animated Instagram Reels that garnered several million views, effectively spreading important messages. The remarkable success of these campaigns led to multiple commissions, highlighting the significant impact and reach achieved through our creative and engaging content.
GamCare has turned to TomandSteve for a range of video production needs, including animated series, training videos, mini documentaries, and social media content, benefiting from our expertise in delivering compelling and informative videos across multiple formats.
The Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion, one of our longest-standing clients, has entrusted us with producing award-winning charity campaigns, including the creation of the annual English Premier League Poppy Appeal LEDs, as well as several impactful Social Media Poppy Appeal Campaigns.
Help for Heroes
Help for Heroes sought out TomandSteve to produce a series of campaigns aimed at encouraging veterans to come forward and seek the help they deserved—a challenging task considering the difficulty many veterans face in reaching out for assistance. Our first campaign for Help for Heroes proved to be a resounding success, boosting warm leads by an astounding 1700%. This remarkable achievement paved the way for a long-standing collaboration, as subsequent projects were commissioned to continue supporting and making a positive impact on veterans’ lives.
RAF Benevolant Fund
Over a two-year period, TomandSteve produced a series of over 10 animations for the RAF Benevolent Fund (RAFBF), which garnered significant popularity among online audiences, organically amassing millions of accumulated views. The simplicity of the animation style chosen for the series perfectly complemented the production spend and timeframes, resulting in a brilliant success, as the remarkable viewership numbers demonstrated.
TomandSteve expertly produced two TV adverts for Erskine, a Scottish Veteran’s Charity, skillfully translating real locations, real people, and authentic stories into captivating animations. These TV ads were executed with brilliance, contributing significantly to raising brand awareness and supporting the valuable work of the Scottish charity.
For Blesma, the limbless veterans charity, we produced a powerful video aimed at educating teenagers about the significance of resilience in navigating life’s challenges, delivering a poignant and inspiring message to the younger generation.
TomandSteve collaborated with author and campaigner Hope Virgo to create a series of impactful animations. These videos played a crucial role in raising awareness for her Eating Disorder charity, featuring compelling content that incorporated video footage from numerous high-profile celebrities.
For our client Versus Arthritis, TomandSteve orchestrated a poignant campaign delving into the complexities of chronic pain and the frequently overlooked impact of arthritis, affecting people of all ages. This campaign, masterfully crafted during the global pandemic, utilised inventive approaches and video conferencing technology. Our endeavours were honoured with a Silver award at the Charity Film Awards, recognising the campaign’s remarkable ability to shed light on critical health issues.