Revolution has donated its design services to homeless charity Pilotlight, designing a marketing booklet. The charity was founded in 1997 by Comic Relief founder Jane Tewson. The brochure aims to create awareness of Pilotlight’s ethos and to highlight its projects. It will be sent to supporters of the charity, and launches from 11 Downing Street on 18 May. Tewson says: ‘We have something which embodies the Pilotlight spirit and makes it sing.’
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