Knock, Knock…Who’s There? The Little Pink Book Of Jokes

by | Jun 8, 2021 | Charity

As 21st birthday celebrations continue, Window Widgets have launched a fun and exciting charity campaign to help collate content for their Little Pink Book of Jokes, which everyone has the opportunity to be part of.

Everyone across the industry is encouraged to submit jokes for the Little Pink Book and this can be done by emailing jokes@windowwidgets.co.uk, visiting the landing page at www.windowwidgets.co.uk/widgetscomedy or via social media using the #WidgetsComedy hashtag.

In addition to the main publication, there will be a separate children’s activity and joke book available, where new Window Widgets superhero brand icons will be introduced. These will be distributed to local schools and can be requested for other children and schools across the UK. Both books will be published and available later in the year.

All proceeds from this campaign will be split equally between two very special charities, GM Fundraising and We Mind & Kelly Matters. The goal is to raise £21,000 throughout the year and this will be achieved by offering supporting companies the opportunity to be a main sponsor of one of the books, sponsor a joke, or a full page. All monies raised will go direct to the named charities, with all production and publication costs being covered in full by Window Widgets.

Jo Trotman, marketing manager of Window Widgets commented: “The Little Pink Book of Jokes is our way of not only celebrating our 21st business anniversary, but also putting something back into the industry and hopefully make people smile too, especially after a particularly challenging 15 months for everyone. The aim is to have a little fun on the way, share our humour and raise much needed funds for two very worthy charities. So please support them and us with this distinctly pink and fun-led campaign.”

www.windowwidgets.co.uk/21st-birthday

 

 

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