X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition
GRANT CALL NOW OPEN!
The X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition Grant call is now open for applications until February 28th! The X-HALE Short Film Competition is an exciting opportunity for youth groups to spread the word about the impact of smoking by creating a youth-led short-film.
Every year, the Irish Cancer Society provides funding and training to support youth groups from all over Ireland in making a short film to encourage young people be smoke free. We are excited to offer all new opportunities for X-HALE 2019 including a Youth Advocate and Youth Worker Champion call, using participation Gaisce and much much more!
The European Commission awarded X-HALE overall 1st place winner of EU Health Awards 2018 for its innovative social dimension and peer to peer aproach to working with young people at risk of tobacco use.
Before submitting your application, please read the X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition Information to find out what's involved and learn about what's new for 2019! Check out the 2018 X-HALE Playlist to get flavour of the 270 fantastic films created by youth groups since 2011! For any queries please contact Sarah Chadwick by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (01)2316624
SPREAD THE WORD AND GET SOCIAL
Download the X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition Poster to put up in your youth organisation, service or centre and share on your Facebook page. Like X-HALE on Facebook to keep up to date with the competition
If you’re part of a youth organisation, project, club, services or centre working with young people aged 10-24, we want to hear from you! Complete and submit your application before February 28th