Your ego can finally do some good through the Gail Awards!

Gail Awards

The Gail Awards are a celebration of creativity in advertising, content and design. So what makes it different? 100% of the proceeds from entries to The Gail Awards benefit women’s rights organizations. Rewarding amazing creativity, without rewarding ourselves.

The goal of the Gail Awards is to help ensure that no one can be discriminated against because of their gender. As of 2022, it is the only show that donates its proceeds.

Entries for the Gail Awards are now open in the categories of:

  • Film
  • Print and Out of Home (OOH)
  • Craft
  • Engagement
  • Entertainment
  • For good

The fee is $125 per entry per category, and all proceeds will be donated to the Fund for Women’s Equality (FFWE) and entries will be judged by an esteemed panel of high-profile professionals in the field of creative design, advertising, and media.

About FFWE

The Fund for Women’s Equality is a national organization that  promotes sex equality in the United States. It seeks bold change and is  helping lead a community and political movement for Constitutional  recognition of the Equal Rights Amendment. It works to increase public understanding of the need for codifying the equal treatment of people on  the basis of sex in the Constitution, and the need to end sex inequality in all its forms. It is a sister organization to the ERA Coalition, which works for the passage and ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and broader Constitutional equality.

Visit the Gail Awards website to enter your best creative work, and do some good while also getting some credit!


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