The Trust are pleased to announce that a film made to commemorate our tenth anniversary as a charity has been nominated in the Charity Film Awards.

Ten Years Transforming Young Lives was created by our media partners, TMG and highlights the work the Trust has done since being set up in 2008 by Dame Kelly Holmes. The video explains how we've always worked with the hardest to reach young people including care leavers, the homeless, young offenders and women at risk of sexual exploitation. 

Since 2008, 66% of graduates from our Get on Track programme entered employment, education or training within five months of finishing the programme and over 56,500 young people have been impacted through our social action projects. As well as helping young people, we've also helped over 1300 athletes transition to a life beyond sport.

We're really proud of the work that we have done as a charity over the last ten years and we're really proud of this video and how it captures everything Dame Kelly Homes Trust stands for. The first stage of the competition is a public vote and we'd really appreciate your support to help us make the final.

You can watch and vote for the video in the Charity Film Awards hereVoting is open until midnight on 14 December 2018