We’re proud to be the only health and wellness award show in the world to donate a proportion of profits towards a Talent and Diversity Fund.
Any charity from across the world can apply for it. All they have to do is demonstrate how they would use the money to help increase diversity and underprivileged talent break into health and wellness communication agencies.
Winners of our prestigious awards are invited to review all submissions and decide who gets the money.
For more information on how to submit a proposal or to contribute to our fund please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline 31 January 2020. For details on how to submit for the Talent & Diversity Fund please email email@example.com
The Ideas Foundation for the fourth year have won our Talent & Diversity Fund. They will be using the money towards helping more underprivileged talent into healthcare advertising agencies. We’ll post their progress here once those projects have been completed.
JOLT Academy is the leading diversity focused grassroots training organisation for the creative industry. We find, train and manage interns from ALL under-represented backgrounds for many of the UK’s leading creative companies. The funding provided by The Creative Floor’s Talent and Diversity Fund has been pivotal in allowing us to expand our services and to positively impact the lives of more people by providing opportunity to those with the most talent and least access.
Andy Knell, Founder, JOLT Academy
We’re here to help move the creative, tech and communications industries in a more diverse direction. We’re asking them to think bigger and open their doors to students who don’t normally get a look-in. The Creative Floor funding has helped us to run creative projects with young people from a range of diverse backgrounds: gender, ethnicity, faith, geography, sexuality, social background. Helen Poole, Creative Programme Manager, Ideas Foundation
The Ideas Foundation won our Talent & Diversity Fund for the second year in a row. They reached and inspired over 370 students across the UK with 3 health and wellness briefs. You can see the overview of the projects here.
The Ideas Foundation is committed to helping disadvantaged teenagers find a career in advertising. It believes that by increasing diversity in the creative industries, fundamentally increases the quality of creative ideas. To see what they did with the fund click here
The School of Communication Arts 2.0 is located inside a church in Brixton, London. It’s a brilliant social enterprise that helps develop talent from all walks of life into the creative industry. The Creative Floor Talent and Diversity Fund will help direct some of that talent into health and wellness agencies. Since the donation, SCA has become the most awarded advertising school in the world. See their submission below.