Top ad agency aim to help charity win award

The Leith Agency took pictures of 150 people to make the video

AN EDINBURGH charity is urging people to help them secure a National Lottery Good Causes Award.

Dean and Cauvin Aftercare Service, who work with vulnerable young people in Edinburgh, have even had a video made for them by a top advertising agency.

The Leith Agency, which is behind iconic adverts such as Irn Bru’s Snowman, snapped 150 faces on the streets of Edinburgh and turned them into a short film.

The video was inspired by the excellent 500 People in 100 Seconds, and features the song So Much For Love, by Gramatik

The Dean and Cauvin Trust originally started assisting children in difficulty on the Royal Mile way back in 1733, and currently work to prevent homelessness and the dangers which go with it, by helping vulnerable young people to live independently and happily.

Voting for Dean and Cauvin Aftercare Service is open until midday on September 26.