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Published on May 15, 2015
London-based charity The Deborah Hutton Campaign is working to prevent young people smoking by using peer education, filmmaking and social media through the Cut Films project and is one of ten winners of a 2015 GSK IMPACT Award, run in partnership with The King’s Fund: http://gsk.to/GSKIMPACT2015
About the IMPACT Awards:
The GSK IMPACT Awards, run in partnership with The King’s Fund and now in their eighteenth year, are seen as a mark of achievement in the not-for-profit sector.
The awards are open to charities with an annual income of between £25,000 and £2million that are at least three years old. The name ‘IMPACT’ derives from the criteria that winners must have demonstrated in their application submissions: Innovation, Management, Partnership, Achievement, Community Focus and Targeting Need.