This award recognises the best supplier to a non-profit organisation who has delivered exceptional service by assisting fundraisers to meet and exceed their income targets through a range of innovative and competitively priced activities. Example nominees included Fundraising Agencies, Fundraising Consultants, Print and Fulfilment Suppliers, Database/Technology Suppliers, Challenge Event Organisers, Lawyers, Auditors, Branded Clothing Providers, Graphic Designers etc Criteria: The judges awarded marks for:  Innovation and creativity.  Impact in terms of financial and non-financial results.  How the supplier helped the charity overcome challenges.  Cost effectiveness.  Customer service. Barry Design picked up the winner in this category for all the work carried out for the Mercy Hospital Foundation.

What our customer say about us:

” Barry Design have been providing graphic design and printing services to The Mercy Hospital Foundation since we were founded in 2007. Internally, we describe them as our “other staff member”. In fundraising so often a good idea comes along at the last moment and this is where Barry Design excels – they can turn around full artwork in lightening fast time with no drop in quality of the work and at an extremely competitive rate. They also deal with pre-planned DM campaigns and have no problem delivering products to schedules. This flexibility makes them integral to the fundraising work that we do. Barry Design are a pleasure to deal with and they do not compromise on design. As a small Cork company Barry Design were up against large specialist charity agencies in this category, however they fully deserve winning as we simply would not be able to speed through the volume of fundraising and communications we do if it were not for their ability to help out in any way from full web redesign to brochure and flyer printing. Barry Design are essential to our branding and identity and have helped the success of The Mercy Hospital Foundation’s fundraising to aid the patients at the hospital.”

Julie Harris, Head of Fundraising and Communications, Mercy University Hospital Foundation.