Can Laser Cutting Services Help To Promote Charitable Causes?

Can Laser Cutting Services Help To Promote Charitable Causes?

Posted in Laser Cutting by Zap Creatives on Dec 17th, 2014

It’s a sad fact of the world that charity is often necessary, and organisations dedicated to raising funds, awareness or discovering solutions for charitable causes are one of the few outlets looking to make the world an irrevocably better place.

By making the most of professional laser cutting services, you can ensure that your charitable cause or organisation can make a big impact on the general public’s awareness of the issues you are tackling and even raise a little money for the continued operation of the charity or to go towards an eventual solution.

How Can Laser Cutting Services Help Charitable Causes?

Laser Cutting Services are perfect for the promotion of charitable causes, simply because they are incredible at grabbing people’s attention! Much in the same way that our innovative and unbeatable laser cutting services can promote businesses and brands, so too are our products capable of raising awareness around a charitable cause.

Firstly, the products we offer are innovative and unique; they can be wholly customised to meet with your charity’s intentions and aims, and can be as simple or as complex as you need them to be. The best way to stand out is to offer something totally different or, if you are simply trying to raise awareness, offering something which your target audience will want to identify with.

By creating unique pin badges, available in amounts of 50, 100, 500 and 1000, you can give these away on the street, as a free gift in local businesses or sell them on behalf of your cause. Perhaps the most famous form of charity badge is the poppy which most of the nation wears on and around Remembrance Day. This item has become, not just a tool to raise both awareness and money for the Royal British Legion, but a mark of pride to be worn, to show that they honour and respect the sacrifices made for their way of life.

Other famous charities to make the most of pin badges include Oxfam, Macmillan, the British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK, whose image of the pink ribbon is instantly recognisable across the country thanks to such simple awareness-raising techniques as pin badges.

Pin badges aren’t the only way that laser cutting services can help charitable causes, of course; customised stickers are another versatile way of attracting attention. Though they may not be enough on their own to sell, by giving them away, or packaging them with pin badges, you can make the most out of their usability to massively increase awareness around a cause.

Full colour, high-quality stickers in a variety of sizes can be attached anywhere; on stationary, on walls, lampposts, car windows and bumpers, almost any placement will encourage awareness and additional donations or research into your cause.

One final way in which laser cutting services are invaluable to the promotion of a cause is the production of custom acrylic charms or pendants, which can be used as attachments to jewellery, but are most effective as key ring decoration. With completely customisable designs, you can create any attachment to encourage awareness with regards to your cause.

Providing these means for the general public to give money or attention to the cause, whilst simultaneously offering them a way to show that they support your charity, which can often, sadly, mean the difference between receiving a donation and not.

Laser Cutting Services – Helping Your Charitable Cause

Whether you’re trying to raise awareness or earn a little money to support a cause, high-quality laser cutting services are for you. It may sound strange, but using the same methods that savvy businesses use to attract attention to their brand can often be the key to attracting attention to your charity.

For more information, or to find out how professional laser cutting services can help your cause today, visit Zap! Creatives, email us at or call us on 0164 224 4422.


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