Les Amis des Aveugles et Malvoyants is an association that supports the visually impaired and advocates for them.
An association thatlets itself be guided.
A partnership built on emotion
Training guide dogs, social support, Braille transcription and providing white canes and care: these are just some of the many ways in which it supports this community.
Les Amis des Aveugles et Malvoyants offers most of its services free of charge to children and adults throughout Belgium, thanks to generous donations from the general public.
The association is based at two sites in Mons and Koksijde.
Visible has been collaborating with the association on a regular basis since 2020, in particular through several campaigns designed to raise awareness and about the training of guide dogs.
Periodicals, office documentation, goodie bags, websites dedicated to campaigns, radio spots, photoshoots, ‘motion design’ video clips and company presentations: these are just some of the communication and marketing tools that Visible manages on their behalf.
A moving imagealways catches the eye!
Visible produces motion design videos and filmed video clips for Les Amis des Aveugles et Malvoyants, based on material that it collects from image databases.
Fresh, dynamic communications!
To promote guide-dog training endeavours, we have developed three high-impact visual concepts, which we enhance with powerful storytelling: the stories of a teenager, a mother and a retired teacher, all of whom happen to be visually impaired.
We carried out a photoshoot, developed a mini website, recorded radio spots and ran a publicity campaign on Classic 21 (RTBF) as part of this endeavour.
Familiarity with our client, a clear idea of their needs and quick response times make it possible for Visible to provide bespoke solutions. Sound good to you?