PHASE Worldwide works hard to empower women in rural communities across Nepal. The Girls of Streatham and Clapham High School produced this film to showcase the charities primary aims.
Barnes Primary School's film tells the story of a family dealing with PTSD across generations and how Combat Stress is there to help veterans and their families change their lives through better mental health.
Eaton House The Manor Film Club came up with a unique way of telling the story of how Brooke supports local communities in developing countries through animal health care and community education.
AGE UK Richmond
Thomson House School Film Club share their fondest memories of their grandparents in this touching introduction to Age UK and the invaluable support it offers elderly people.
East Sheen Primary School set out, in their campaign film, how the Jigsaw Trust supports autistic individuals who struggle with everyday things most of us take for granted in and around the classroom.
Belmont Primary School made this film to highlight the amazing work Slylarks does to support children with additional needs. It provides access to activities and therapies that help children develop and grow.
Sheen Mount Primary School's short film for Missing People, gives an insight into an all too frequent occurrence, a family member running away. We hope that many more cases end as this one does.
Surfers Against Sewage
Surfers against Sewage's Plastic Free Schools campaign is gaining a lot of support. Here the Old Vicarage School team share their motivations and showcase what schools need to do to become a SAS plastic free school.
Livingstone Tanzania Trust
Through their film, Kingston Prep School Film Club, explore how communities in Tanzania are changing the lives of their children by building school infrastructure with the help and expertise of the Livingstone Tanzania Trust.
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Latchmere Primary School Film Club share their knowledge of reptiles and amphibians and discuss some of the myths around these fascinating creatures.
Mare and Foal Sanctuary
The Latchmere Primary School Film Club crew tell the story of a boy struggling at school and how he is helped by a friendly pony; mirroring the support the Mare and Foal Sanctuary provide hundreds of animals.
Growth in open water swimming has lead to even more calls to the RNLI to help swimmers in difficulty. Fern Hill Primary School's film not only highlights the charities lifesaving work but offers tips to swimmers venturing out.
Several of the charities we worked with have sent a message, thanking the children for their hard work. We are also very grateful to them for their support and input in the process.