Charity Film Awards return after successful debut

Web charity film of the year award winners, st john ambulance with linda robson and sally phillips

Organisations of all sizes are invited to submit their inspiring clips

27th September 2017 by Gareth Jones 0 Comments

Charities are being invited to submit inspiring video clips.

Following the success of the first Charity Film Awards in February 2017, entries have now opened for the much anticipated 2018 event. 

More than 100 submissions have already been received from charities large and small including RSPCA, Sense, YMCA, National Autistic Society and British Heart Foundation.

Simon Burton, co-founder of the awards, said: “The number of entries for a launch awards last year and the incredible levels of public support left us all humbled.

“The incredible shortlisted videos also touched our judges who have been universal in their praise of the films they have viewed.”

The Charity Film Awards are designed to celebrate those qualities and help charities connect with a wider audience.

The awards are free to enter and charities, agencies and supporters of the charity all have the opportunity to nominate their videos, with the winners announced next spring.

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