The public vote has reopened so that you can vote for the People’s Choice award from the list of finalists selected by the judging panel. The judges will select the category award winners, but you as a member of the public have the power to cast your vote for the People’s Choice winner which can be from any category.
Please click on the videos below to vote for your favourite. Please remember to judge the quality of the film and its effectiveness, rather than simply your favourite cause.
Please make sure you and your friends vote by 10 March so that we can make sure that the count is verified and confirmed in time for the award ceremony on the 15th.
0 - £10,000
Charities who showed an annual turnover of 0 - £10,000 in the last year (this category will include new charities registered)View finalists in 0 - £10,000
£10,001 - £100,000
Charities who showed an annual turnover of £10,001 - £100,000 in the last year
£100,001 - £500,000
Charities who showed an annual turnover of £100,001 - £500,000 in the last year
£500,001 - £5,000,000
Charities who showed an annual turnover of £500,001 - £5,000,000 in the last year
£5,000,000 - £50,000,000
Charities who showed an annual turnover of £500,001 - £50,000,000 in the last year
Charities who showed an annual turnover of £50,000,000+
Films over 5 minutes in length
There is currently one category for all films over 5 minutes in length; however, depending on the volume of entries in this category this may be sub-divided at a later date. If so this will be done so according to financial turnover of the charity for the previous reported accounts and your vote will still count
There will also be an overall winner award for the very best charity film of the year. This award will be picked by the judging panel from the shortlisted awards as part of the judges voting process.
Who can enter?
Anyone can nominate a film to be entered for a prize - whether you are the charity, the agency who created the film or simply a fan. Our team will then qualify each entry against our terms and conditions to ensure that the charity is registered within the UK.
Promote - Donate - Celebrate
Increased exposure for charity video content
Donations made directly to good causes throughout the campaign
Celebrating the success of film in fundraising