Hospice Malta appoints The Concept Stadium as PR agency

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 at 2:36 pm by Christian Keszthelyi

Maltese non-profit organisation Hospice Malta appointed local marketing and PR agency The Concept Stadium for handling media and communications activities for the NGO that provides and promotes free palliative care for people suffering from life-limiting illnesses, according to a press release sent to Business Malta.

Along the years, Concept Stadium says it has assisted a number of organisations with their societal, environmental and marketing requirements in line with their service offering. 

“One of the value-propositions since our foundation nine years ago has been to ensure we embark on a sustainable corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme to reward the ecosystem in which we operate. We are proud to have assisted Hospice Malta with their nationwide campaign for Xarabank [local prime-time talk show], on a pro bono basis, to contribute to their future plans of setting up and running of a complex dedicated entirely to providing free comprehensive palliative care to their patients,” said Jonathan Dalli, Founder and CEO at Concept Stadium. 

“From my end personally, and the rest of the team, it has been a great pleasure for us to work on this successful campaign, and we now look forward to embarking on a Public Perception Management Programme as the NGOs consultancy agency, in order to raise the profile of Hospice Malta and their sterling array of services via our marketing and PR capabilities,” he added.

“Informing the general public about the Hospice’s mission and services is crucial. The Concept Stadium will enable us to reach this goal. Their invaluable contribution will also help us to further raise much-needed funds to support an increasing number of families who are passing through very difficult times,“ said Maria Gatt, Hospice Malta Chairperson.

“We are working actively on the planning phase of a complex which will be Malta’s first facility that will significantly enhance the present palliative care services to patients in their own homes and communities as well as through Hospice in-patient services,” she added.

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