CAS marketing, of Hart Street, wants to find a local good cause, which would benefit from help with promotion and publicity.
The firm already works in the disability sector, having recently won a contract to promote one of the country's major providers of mobility aids and managing public relations at the UK's leading disability exhibition.Public relations manager Andrew Gubbins said: "It is important for us to help the local community and we always look to put something back in. We would love to put our expertise to good use and help a local charity. Marketing advice can help them get their name known so more people can see the good work they are doing.
"There are so many excellent charities in the area, all of which are worthy, but some are better known than others. That's where we could help."
The business was started in 1992 by Mr Gubbins' mother, Jenny, who is now the managing director, and has six staff.It has clients in a variety of industries, including marine, construction, home interest, beauty and information technology.
Mr Gubbins said CAS backed the Standard's Think Local campaign, which encourages businesses and residents in the Henley area to use each other.
He said: "It is a very good idea and perfect for these tight financial times. It is something we have always tried to do. All our staff come from the area and we look to support businesses and retailers in the town.
"Henley has an awful lot to be proud of and it is important to keep that strong community spirit alive. Independent companies and retailers add so much to the area and we need to do everything we can to keep them going."
For more information, visit www.cas-marketing.com
Heney Standard, 27th July 2009