Several PIF members have been recognised at the Charity Film Awards 2020.
The awards aim to celebrate film as a communication tool and provide a platform for cause-based films to connect with the public.
This year's awards ceremony was held virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. It can be watched online here.
More than 400 charities entered the awards, with more than 110,000 members of the public voting and 127 charities making the shortlist.
Several PIF members picked up accolades at this year's ceremony:
- Stroke Association – Silver, £20m to £50m turnover category
- Alzheimer's Research UK – Bronze, £20m to £50m turnover category
- Anthony Nolan – Silver, £50m to £100m turnover category
- British Heart Foundation – Winner, £100m plus turnover
- Crohn's & Colitis UK – Winner, £5m to £20m category (people's choice)
- Stroke Association – Winner, £20m to £50m turnover category (people's choice)
- Diabetes UK – Bronze, £20m to £50m turnover category (people's choice)
Charity Film of the Year went to Carer's UK and British Gas.
People's Choice Film of the Year went to Compassion in World Farming.
To view the full list of winners, click here.