etc.venues’ newest and largest conference venue, 133 Houndsditch, has been selected to host the third Charity Film Awards, on April 26 2019.
The latest addition to the etc.venues portfolio, 133 Houndsditch is located near Liverpool Street and Bank stations.
The awards will celebrate the very best films and videos that have been created for UK charities. Over 300 charities take part in the awards each year, and more than 65,000 members of the public vote for their favourite films.
Among the finalists is a film about Events For Namuwongo, a charity set up by a network of events industry companies to bring funding and change to the Namuwongo region of Uganda.
Adam Simpson, head of sales at etc.venues, said, “We are hugely excited to be hosting the Charity Film Awards, it’s a prestigious event with a unique format that really suits the amazing new facilities at 133 Houndsditch. It’s inspiring to be working with so many good causes simultaneously. We are looking forward to a wonderful evening.”
Co-Founder of the Charity Film Awards Simon Burton said: “Charity Film Awards is genuinely unique. Its powerful digital engagement campaign and distinctive event content needed the right partner and the team at etc.venues has understood our needs perfectly. We are honoured to be one of the first events to showcase the new venue.”
Voting is now open for the finalists round so that members of the public can cast their vote for The People’s Choice Award.
For more information, to review the shortlist or to donate to any of these charities visit www.CharityFilmAwards.com