Zoe Amar Communications

Strategy | Digital | Social Media | Marketing

We are an agency who help nonprofits and other great organisations develop their digital strategy, improve online skills and create brilliant brands and marketing.

Find out what we do

Our services

Digital strategy

Our expert team will work closely with you to develop strategies which help you generate more income, reach more people and build your brand.

Social media

We’ve helped large and small nonprofits create social media strategies which grow their communities and boost engagement.


We can train you in social media crisis management, leadership teams’ use of social or other bespoke topics.

Brand & marketing strategy

We can help you integrate digital with brand and marketing, devising new brand identities and offline strategies.

Our clients

Action Aid
Jamie's Farm — cultivating change
People's Health Trust
Anglia Ruskin University
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC)
University of Cambridge — Judge Business School
Royal College of Nursing
Charities Aid Foundation (CAF)
Family Lives
Nationwide Association of Fostering Providers
The Guardian
CLIC Sargent for Children with Cancer
Hospice UK
School for Social Entrepreneurs


Recent posts

How RNIB are winning at digital service delivery

This is a guest blog from Clive Gardiner, Group Head of Digital and Content at the RNIB. Follow Clive on Twitter @clive_gardiner Briefly, can you tell us about RNIB’s services and how your audience’s needs are changing in the digital age? RNIB is a... read more

Our top Google analytics tips for charities

This is a guest blog from James Yorke, who builds websites and offers digital marketing over at Becomeknown.  We now have access to a wide range of data, from what we buy at the shops to the number of friends we have on Facebook. Data is everywhere and it can be... read more

Who will win the 2016 Social CEOs awards?

We’re super excited to launch the 2016 Social CEOs’ awards. You may have seen my piece in The Guardian Voluntary Sector Network  (LINK!)  today in which I said that social media is an excellent way for charity leaders to tackle the challenges facing them... read more