We believe in the power of the media to change lives
As a charity, we work in partnership with the creative and media industry to give marginalized groups a stronger voice. We do this by promoting skills-based volunteering, empowering young people from diverse backgrounds to work in media and encouraging constructive dialogue and collaboration with the media sector. By bridging the gap between the media and creative industries and charities & under-represented communities we are contributing to a more responsible, representative and connected media sector and ultimately, a more socially cohesive Britain.More about Media Trust
We enjoy outstanding support from the creative & media industry, including:
Matching good skills with good causes
Discover an opportunity to get involved in and use your skills and talents for good.
Transforming lives and building stronger voices
Training and skills development to help charities and young people develop their voice and be heard
Pitching to Journalists
Learn what makes news and how to get attention from the media that matters to you in this half day...
The Fundamentals of Filmmaking
Learn the basics of filmmaking and editing to be able to create short video content and interviews for website or social media....
Culture Watch Masterclass with AMV BDDO – Stronger Voices
This masterclass will help you gain insight into what the younger generation will expect from charities in 2019.
Help us to keep making a difference
The passion, creativity and skills of our Corporate Partners and their staff ensure we make a huge difference to thousands of people and communities across the UK. But the benefits are two-way. You can enrich your employees working environment, expand their professional networks and develop their careers by getting them involved in Media Trust’s volunteering, mentoring and fundraising projects.Find out more
Amplifying voices and telling stories
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A date with London’s equality sector
Metro journalist Jess Austin shares her experience of Speedmatching and...
Meghan, Harry and diversity within the media industry
Since the age of 13, Mahalia Changlee from London has...