Over $30,000 in Cash & Prizes 
for Students and Schools!



We’re thrilled to announce a range of incredible prizes for the Catch It In Time Cancer Awareness Video Challenge winners. Thanks to our partners and the amazing cancer awareness community, students have the opportunity to win:

  • Trophies 
  • Up to $2,000 in cash awards 
  • A brand-new Canon EOS 80D camera kit with tripod and lights
  • A brand-new Nikon video camera kit, with tripod and lights
  • One of two full suites of AVID professional editing software

In addition, we have two special awards for outstanding creativity and storytelling: the Star of Hope Award, and the Bob Brandon Excellence in Storytelling Award. Both of these awards come with the potential for an exclusive internship with the award-winning video team of Catch It In Time, in addition to trophies and scholarship money.


Catch It In Time is proud to partner with some amazing organizations and other nonprofits to present the Cancer Awareness Video Challenge. These groups have been an integral part of the Challenge and are dedicated to raising awareness of the early detection of cancer through this unique, creative opportunity. Click on each partner’s name to visit their website and learn more:


Catch It In Time, a 501(c)(3) organization, is a passionate team on a mission to creatively raise awareness about the early detection of cancer. The organization started in 2011 and has grown since then to encompass a wide network of creative talent dedicated to the cause. Together, we have an extensive background in video production, broadcasting, marketing, digital communications, PR, and content distribution. 

Our award-winning team has worked for organizations including ABC, CBS, NBC, the Discovery Channel, Disney, History Channel, A&E, Animal Planet, ESPN, and local television stations in the top thirty U.S. markets. With a collective 125 years of industry experience, and national recognition including Emmy® awards, we’re working to make cancer part of everyday conversations and helping to save lives. 



Submitted videos can be no longer than three minutes, and must incorporate information about the early detection of cancer. There may be additional prize money or recognition for videos that touch on lung cancer, melanoma, or colorectal cancer. 


Videos must be submitted between 12:00 A.M. January 1st and 11:59 P.M. on March 31st. 


Submissions must include signed video releases from everyone who appears on camera. The release form will be available online in early January. 


File size is limited to 200MB. 


The preferred format for media files is .mp4, but we will also accept .mov.



Register for free and get access to our teacher and student resources!