We are absolutely thrilled and extremely proud to have won Silver in our category at the Smiley Charity Film Awards.  At the ceremony held at the Odeon Luxe in Leicester Square on International Day of Happiness, our team were delighted to attend one of the largest charity events of the year, drawing in hundreds of charities, CICs and social enterprises.

As finalists, we were humbled to be amongst so many amazing charities, representing all sorts of causes, with all of us taking part to showcase our work and celebrate great film making that captures hearts and minds. 

Following our nomination, and then a first round of public voting, ‘A Small Act’ was shortlisted as finalists, with the winner in each category decided by a panel of judges.  With over 500 films entered into the awards and 16 finalists in our category (turnover £100k-£250k), this is an incredible achievement.

‘A Small Act’ was made possible by so many wonderful, talented and kind people working together to produce a moving and impactful film that shows what we do and why we do it. It highlights and raises awareness of a devastating reality, that affects thousands and thousands of older people.

 Lynne Misner CEO and Founder of Small Acts of Kindness expressed her gratitude to everyone who helped make this possible,  ‘We are thrilled and so proud to have been announced Silver winners in the Smiley Charity Film Awards. I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for us, Rob Done from Magnetic Eye Films, the team from Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden and Say it with a Smile - who helped facilitate the filming and voiceovers. It was a spectacular event to have been a part of and to have our work recognised in this way is testament to our incredible team at Small Acts of Kindness, and all of our supporters’.

Watch our winning film 'A Small Act' here.