Building brands with
social purpose.


Work with Forster! Whether you’re a charity or business, have a long track record or just a kernel of an important new idea in mind, if you’re determined to make a positive social impact we want to work with you.

See us as your social change communications partner – a PR agency, specialising in Consumer Engagement, Reputation Management, Creative Development, Positioning & Messaging, Media Relations and Building Partnerships.

Make the most of our issues expertise in Age, Health, Sustainability and Social Justice.

Latest news

We’re going nowhere without you

You’re our new talented business development manager

In the next three years, the social change agenda will become mainstream. As the employee-owned social change communications agency, Forster has big ambitions and need you to help us get there.

Think big. It’s a big role. You’ll be bringing in the business. The business will depend on you. read more…

Social activist for our senior team

Someone who likes to brainstorm while walking

We know it’s asking a lot – but we are looking for a news junkie, internet obsessive, a resourceful, resilient, calm, curious, intellectually hungry advocate of social reform.

Forster works with businesses, social enterprises, advocacy groups, government agencies, charities and professional bodies.

If you’ve got 10-plus years of experience in social change communications, including significant time and success in an agency, Forster is looking for you. read more…

Friends Life and Chris Boardman – getting businesses to speak up, and act, on mental health

We had been working with Friends Life indirectly for the past two years in their capacity as a leading member of the Business in the Community (BITC) Workwell programme (see more on our work with BITC in this blog). Building on the huge success of launching BITC’s mental health campaign in April, which called for an end to the culture of silence around mental health in the workplace, Friends Life recently tasked us with helping them to drive the agenda further forward.