ASCA Appoints Matterhorn To Push Through Abuse Message

ASCA Appoints Matterhorn To Push Through Abuse Message
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Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA), the organisation that helps adult survivors of all forms of childhood trauma including abuse, has appointed Matterhorn to its account, rekindling the relationship with Matt Kemsley and Garry Horner who headed up the account when they were creative directors at Whybin TBWA.

ASCA President, Dr Cathy Kezelman says: “It’s great to be back working with Matt and Garry, who have always demonstrated a unique understanding of the issues facing us as an organisation. It’s vital for us to leverage all the news surrounding the on-going Royal Commission to further drive awareness and the all important funding. With their help, I have no doubt that we can achieve that.”

Matt Kemsley added: “The issues of abuse and trauma that ASCA deals with on a daily basis are very confronting and frankly they are not ones that are very palatable to the general public. Our challenge is to break through that barrier and try to ensure that ASCA gets the funding and support that it truly deserves.”

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