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Kick It Out Aims For Charity Film Award Recognition

Kick It Out Aims For Charity Film Award Recognition

Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation, is asking for your support as they look to make the short list of the Charity Film Awards.

The Charity Film Awards have been created to celebrate the success of film in fundraising, to increase exposure of charity films and to encourage donations for good causes.

Kick It Out has submitted its short video for the organisation’s #KlickItOut campaign.

The films will be judged in two phases:

  • Firstly by the public who will determine a short list of entries for each category (and have an opportunity to donate to the cause as they vote).
  • Secondly by a panel of judges who will vote independently to choose winners from the short list

Kick It Out wants your support on social media and also by voting for the organisation on the Charity Film Awards website, where you can also view the film.

Voting is open and you can cast your vote from now until 30 November 2016.

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