Youth Cancer Trust has been unveiled as one of the finalists for the 2019 Charity Film Awards.
The Charity Film Awards celebrates the effective use of video by the third sector to change mindsets, raise awareness for the charity or fundraise.
The finalists have been through two stages of judging. Fifty thousand people took part in the public voting stage to determine the shortlist. Then the Charity Film Awards panel of expert judges, which included David Eades, Journalist & Newsreader, BBC, Philip Collins, Journalist & Speechwriter, The Times and Georgina Lewis, Head of Marketing the FA, then selected the finalists.
The winners of the Charity Film Awards 2019 will be announced on 26 April at a gala ceremony at the brand new etc.venues 133 Hounsditch in central London.
“This 3.5 year project started as an awareness exercise to enable us to connect with more young people that need our help and support on their journey through cancer. We are honoured and thrilled that the Dance Beats Cancer Project has been so well received and to be a finalist in the Charity Film Awards. Being a small charity, winning this award would be one of our greatest achievements to date. We would like to thank everyone involved in the project and all of our supporters.
As well as our category, we are also entered into ‘The People’s Choice Award’. This prestigious category can be won by any finalist in any of the turnover categories. The award will go to the Finalist who receives the most votes.”
We would like to appeal to readers to vote for us via the Charity Film Awards website or the link below:
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