Julie Pentecost

October 2020 – First Wednesday Newsletter

A fortuitous and most timely way to engage and raise funds For the last decade or so, The Online Book Company has been creating interactive online books which worldwide organisations, large and small, have been using for supporter retention, engagement and fundraising. Since March 2020 the volume of traffic to our books has seen an

September 2020 – First Wednesday Newsletter

In early August, we were contacted by ITV/Granada with the sad news that Tony Morris, a much admired Manchester Based presenter, had very sadly died. With a dedicated team put on to the case, we were able to create this personalised Online Book, after the announcement on the evening news we received literally thousands of

We have moved!

Due to lockdown, we’ve spent the past few months working from home. So, we decided to take advantage of a break clause in our lease and chose to move out of the office on a trial basis! All of this has taken a bit of planning and adjusting. What do we do with all our

We all like to remember

But more than that – we want to remember, thank and honour those wonderful people who have done something special for us and indeed to remember those who are no longer with us. Our remembrance books are a unique way to honour and recognise your supporters, legators or quite simply to say thank you. We’ve

Necessity is Mother of Innovation

We would love to show what we have been doing for different organisations. We can easily set up a screen sharing call and show you some of what we have been up to. To set this up, start by dropping an Email to jonathan@theonlinebookcompany.com or calling us on 01872 226800. Lockdown has completely changed the

1.9 Million Strawberries Come to a Sticky End

When life gives you strawberries… Make strawberry jam! Wimbledon bosses earlier announced that they were cancelling the championships for the first time since the second world war. Of course, Wimbledon wouldn’t be Wimbledon without endless portions of strawberries served with cream. So, to avoid all that fruit going to waste, bosses came up with a

Wooden spoons at the ready for the Virtual Bake Off!

With the UK renowned for being a nation of bakers and most of us currently stuck at home, we are delighted to announce our first Virtual Bake Off challenge! We’ve launched the challenge to provide us all with a bit of light-hearted fun in the run up to Easter, and to support the NET Coronavirus

RNIB – Proudly acknowledging the generosity of our supporters

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is one of the UK’s leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people. RNIB recognises everyone’s unique experience of sight loss and offers help and support – this can be anything from practical and emotional support to campaigning for change, our

What’s been going on at The Online Book Company?

It’s been a busy couple of weeks with a flurry of activity from charities wanting to ensure that their Legators are properly recognised through the median of an Online Book, as well as organisations commissioning individual books for various members of staff. The first of these requests came from Hong Kong where sadly a partner