We have excellent contacts with a wide range of magazines including Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Now, Closer, Chat, Take a Break, as well as the national newspapers. Through them, we can help organisations and individuals to raise awareness of causes close to their hearts.
We have been working with a number of charities and organisations for over ten years. By placing features in the national media, we have raised their profile and spread awareness of important issues.
We are keen to extend this work and we’re always interested to hear from charities that may benefit from our services.
We make the following guarantees to all our clients:
- To work closely with them throughout the interviewing and writing process to ensure their story is told accurately and in the way they want
- To arrange for articles to be read back before they’re published, so there are no surprises
- To secure the best possible fee for them or their chosen charity
- That our services are free – our fees are paid direct by the media
For more information have a look at our full guide to selling a story. If you would like a confidential chat about how Medavia might be able to help your charity or organisation call our office on: 0117 9076934 or email: email@example.com
Medavia has worked with thousands of inspirational clients since its inception in 2003, and here are a few examples:
My clown nose daughter
Zara Green approached us when she wanted to raise awareness of her little girl’s birthmark.
We placed Zara and Connie’s inspirational story in Reveal magazine, following coverage in the national newspapers like The Sun and the Daily Mail.
We also secured international coverage, including a documentary with German broadcasting company RTL.
For more information visit the Changing Faces charity website.
I used to hate my wonky face
Jonathan was born with Treacher Collins syndrome and battled bullying and low self-esteem for years.
Then he met Laura. We told the couple’s story in magazines including Reveal and Real People, and the couple have appeared in two major documentaries.
We were proud to help raise awareness of Treacher Collins syndrome, and inspire a nation.