Now in its third year, the Creative Vision Award offers charities the chance to win their own short animated brand film, worth an estimated £150,000.
With online now the most powerful medium used worldwide, a short brand film is one of the most effective means of promoting your charity’s message.
Last night we unveiled the films for this year’s winners Refuge and Create, and were thrilled to hear the excellent results that have been seen over the past year by 2015 winners Dyslexia Action and Anthony Nolan. Anthony Nolan now attribute the registration of over 300 potential donors to their winning film, which they incorporated into their ‘stem cell donation isn’t scary’ Halloween campaign. Meanwhile, Dyslexia Action have successfully run campaigns with the Everyman Cinema Group, which has shown their film in every one of their cinemas across the nation for two weeks, including during Dyslexia Awareness Week.
The 2017 Creative Vision Award is now open. To be in with a chance to win an animated brand film, produced specifically to promote your message, please click on the link below. For more information and to view the winning films, please click here
Please enter your charity here: http://www.kingstonsmith.co.uk/sectors/not-for-profit/creative-vision-award/apply-for-kingston-smith-creative-vision-award/
Submissions close on 2 December with the two winners announced in January 2017.
Good luck from all of us at Kingston Smith!
Silvia Vitiello, Partner
Specialist accountants and advisers in the NFP sector
4 Victoria Square, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3TF