£10 billion of UK Generosity to Celebrate on Friday
Despite Brexit uncertainty charitable donations from UK givers now tops £10 billion, and on Friday 26 the Charity Film Awards will recognise the best of the best film clips that the charities use to attract such generosity.
From small charities such as Voicing CSA, to national names covering The Brain Tumour Charity and Macmillan Cancer Support, a full range of shortlisted hopefuls will find out whether they have won the poll of over 50,000 to be crowned outright winners in their categories.
A host of stars including Sir David Attenborough, HRH Duke of Cambridge and Disney character Baloo the Bear are just a few of the famous faces featuring in the clips.
Commenting on this year’s entries, Simon Burton, founder of the Charity Film Awards, said: “We have had over 400 entries for this year’s awards, and this event genuinely is becoming the ‘Oscars of the Charities Sector.’
“The quality of the films is simply outstanding, and such is the power of the messages they convey, that we have even had judges donating to some causes during the judging process.”
The event is being held at the brand new etc.events venue in London’s Houndsditch.
“For anyone still wishing to play their part,” adds Simon Burton, “voting is still open for the People’s Choice, Charity Film Award, promising to be one of the key highlights of the evening.”
For more information about the Charity Film Awards, please contact Madeleine Johnson at Exposure Communications – firstname.lastname@example.org