London communications agency Precedent is celebrating its 20th anniversary by offering £30,000 worth of its digital services to the charity that creates the best video arguing why it should receive the prize.
It is inviting UK charities of any size to create a short video, no more than three minutes long, and upload it to YouTube. They should then send Precedent the link with details about the charity via the competition microsite.
Entries will be judged by an expert panel including Media Trust, Third Sector magazine, Precedent Director and Artist Ian Emes (Duran Duran – The Chauffeur, Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon).
All videos will be showcased online, and a shortlist of six charities will be made when the competition closes on 10 January 2010.