You may never see their faces or know their names, but many charities have served thousands with the help of a WIF PSA. The Women In Film Public Service Announcement Production Program brings together Hollywood talent who donate their time and resources to promote organizations that improve the lives of women and children. From creation to distribution, Women In Film members hone their craft by helping charities which otherwise would have no way to publicize their services. Each year, the award-winning PSA Production Program selects four to five charity organizations from throughout the nation to receive a pro bono PSA.
With grants from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the PSA Program has produced over 100 campaigns for the arts, education, health and social services. Women In Film invites you to make a difference with your time, talent and generosity. Support a PSA Production … change a life!
Each year the award-winning WIF PSA Production Program, chaired by Bonnie Spence, selects four nonprofits organizations with a southern California presence to receive a pro bono PSA.
The Women In Film Public Service Announcement Production Program brings together Hollywood talent who donate their time and resources to promote organizations that improve the lives of women and children. From creation to distribution, Women In Film members hone their craft by helping charities which otherwise would have no way to publicize their services.
Submission deadline: Friday, July 12th, 2013 at 5pm
*Applicants must be U.S.-based;
Additional qualification requirements are detailed in the submission materials.
Winners of the 2013 WIF Film PSAs are:
* Education Through Music - Los Angeles
* L.A. Conservation Corps
*The Mary Magdalene Project
To find out more about these charities, please CLICK HERE
To volunteer for a film or radio PSA, email
"When I look through the lens of all that we have done collectively — I see a town full of silent heroes. You all have touched many lives. Your one day of kindness has helped thousands in our community, our nation and this year, people internationally as well. I’m very proud of what we have accomplished together!"
The WIF PSA Business Affairs Committee is:
Bonnie Spence, Chair
Tobie Loomis, Co-Chair
Judith Parker Harris, Founding Chair
Luann Barry, Advisory
Roxanne Lane, Advisory
Tiggy McKenzie, Advisory
Nina Nisenholtz, Advisory
Gerrie Wormser, Advisory
|ATTEND THE MONTHLY MEETINGS
The WIF PSA Production Program meets every second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Women In Film office. Attendance at the monthly general meetings are open to anyone who is interested in community service however, in order to hold a crew position and participate in ongoing productions, you must be a WIF member.
The rewards of volunteering time for a PSA production is enormous, both personally and professionally, but it is important to understand who we are and what we expect of you before you begin to work with us. The best way to understand what we do and how you can fit or lend your talents is to attend the monthly PSA Production Program general membership meetings.
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|PSA Production Program Awards and Recognition|
2012 TELLY AWARDS
2011 AURORA AWARDS
2011 TELLY AWARDS
2011 AURORA AWARDS
2009 AURORA AWARDS
2009 TELLY AWARDS
2009 ADDY AWARD
2008 AURORA AWARDS
2003 TELLY AWARDS