A charity that supports children with cancer has released a new promotional film to raise awareness of its services.

The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust were joined by a production team from media company What’s in Worcestershire to create the film.

It offers an inside look into the daily operations of the charity including an exclusive insight into their Family Support Services.

Families facing childhood cancer in Worcestershire agreed to feature in the film to help the Trust raise awareness of how they support children and their families during and post-treatment.

It is hoped that the film will be used by local organisations and schools to educate audiences about some of the facts about childhood cancer, ways in which individuals, groups and businesses can help support the work of the charity and to explain how the charity supports families affected by childhood cancer both locally and nationally.

Sophie Blount, communications officer and producer of the film, said:

“It is fantastic to be able to share such an emotive and educational film with our existing supporters and new audiences.

"The video will make a real difference in spreading awareness of what we do here at the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust.

"We hope that long term it will help improve outcomes for our families by raising awareness of childhood cancer but also informing individuals on how they can support our cause both financially and practically.

"It was a delight to work alongside the What’s in Worcestershire team to produce a powerful final product.”

The film is available on the charity’s website and social media platforms with the Trust encouraging schools and organisations to screen the film to staff and students in the build up to fundraising events that they are hosting. Sophie also urges audiences to share the film via their own social media pages to help raise awareness of the charity’s presence and services.

She added: “Our aim is to be able to reach and help as many oncology families as possible.”

Steven Greaves, videographer and photographer, What’s in Worcestershire, said: “It’s been an absolute pleasure to collaborate on this project.

"I’ve really enjoyed working with the team at the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust and am really proud of what we’ve been able to make.”

Watch the video online at: https://www.gkcct.org/about-us/our-organisation/ourstory/