Posted by Aston Avery

Charity Film Awards 2022

9 in 10 charities have experienced some negative impact from Covid-19, whether on their service delivery, finances, staffing, or on staff morale, resulting from the months of frustration and uncertainty. Coming up to two-thirds (60%) saw a loss of income, and a third (32%) said they experienced a shortage of volunteers. The Charity Film Awards hopes to come to the rescue: reminding the public about the work, messages and fundraising needs for charities across the country.

The awards celebrate all charities – from smaller scale ones raising under £10K a year to the biggest charities in the nation raising over £100 million. Those such as John Lyons Charity to Age UK, Just Like Us, Teenage Cancer Trust and St. Mungo’s all have entries which have been shortlisted.

The Charity Film Awards, this year will be an exciting event in person in a central London location taking place on Tuesday 22 nd March 2022. The event is there to celebrate the success of the medium of film in engaging charities’ supporters, driving positive conversations and encouraging a change in perception.

Aston spoke to Simon Burton, co-founder of the Charity Film Awards.

Photo by Jeremy Yap on Unsplash

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