The Charity Film Awards (en)
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The Charity Film Awards, has announced the finalists for 2018, recognising the very best films and videos that have been created for, or on behalf of, registered charities within the UK. The films range from informative documentaries featuring Sir David Attenborough (Richmond Park) to Eddie and Dyls, two young children, raising awareness of developmental language disorders (RADLD).

Out of the hundreds of charities and CICs who entered, the finalists represent 38 organisations of all sizes entered, covering health awareness, medical research, sports, children, environmental issues, animals, education, arts and culture and international NGOs.

Over 40,000 members of the public voted for their favourite charity films during the Shortlisting process. From the Shortlist, the expert panel of judges have chosen the Finalists. The 2018 Finalist charity videos are:

£0-10,000 category
• Bristol Grandparents Support Group
• Senior Citizen Liaison Team

£10,001 - £100,000 category
• Mbedza Projects Support
• John Thornton Young Achievers Fund
• Action Breaks Silence
• It’s on the Ball
• Heart 4 More Foundation

£100,001 - £500,000 category
• British Hedgehog Preservation Society
• Miscarriage Association
• Sumatran Orangutan Society
• Mary Hare Foundation

£500,001 - £5,000,000 category
• Movember
• Sane
• Jigsaw 4 U
• Just a Drop
• Savitiri Trust

£5,000,001 - £50,000,000 category
• The Cystic Fibrosis Trust
• Teenage Cancer Trust
• Lord Taverners
• Jewish Care
• Headway

£50,000,000+ category
• Marie Curie
• Guide Dogs for the Blind
• Save the Children
• National Autistic Society

Long form under £5m
• The Big Issue Foundation
• Joss Searchlight
• Friends of Richmond Park
• Jubilee Sailing Trust
• The Loss Foundation

Long form over £5m
• Macmillan Cancer Support
• Thames Hospice
• Send a Cow
• Prostate Cancer UK
• Fairtrade Foundation

In 2018 there will be 10 Charity Film Awards in total. One for each of the above categories as well as one overall winner (a combination of the public votes and judges scores across all categories) and the People’s Choice Award which will be the public’s favourite from all of the finalists above.

Voting has now reopened online so that members of the public can judge for themselves and cast their vote for The People’s Choice Award. See for further details.

For more information, to review the shortlist or to donate to any of these charities visit

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Charity Film Awards
The Charity Film Awards will celebrate the very best films and videos that have been created for, or on behalf of, registered charities and CICs within the UK.

Please note that the Awards are entirely free at every stage for participating charities and there is no requirement for any financial investment from charities whatsoever.

As a non-profitable organisation, the awards are organised by event professionals on a volunteer basis and we rely entirely on patrons, donations and sponsorship to run the awards and the ceremony. If you are interested in finding out more about how you support the Charity Film Awards, please contact co-founder Simon Burton on

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