MANCHESTER FILM FESTIVAL SUPPORTS TEENAGE CANCER TRUST
Manchester Film Festival is proud to announce the Teenage Cancer Trust as the official charity for the 2016 festival. We will be donating all proceeds from 2 of our high profile screenings as well as holding collections and selling Made From Manchester T-shirts after each film.
Founder Neil Jeram-Croft, has a personal connection to the charity as he used to teach Callum Ballantine, who set up Made From Manchester in the final months of his life.
Neil said: "I actually ran young enterprise, which Callum took part in, while I was at Cheadle Hulme School. Callum was a driven, intelligent and passionate young man and when I saw he had set up Made From Manchester it seemed a great fit for the brand to be the official festival T-Shirt."
The Made From Manchester T-shirts will also be on sale throughout the weekend at the AMC Great Northern and the Odeon Printworks.
Please show your support for this amazing cause by giving what you can after screenings and of course buying one of the fabulous T-Shirts!
More information on the Teenage Cancer Trust can be found HERE