The Welsh charity LATCH is being given the opportunity to get its message across through film.
The charity which helps children who have been diagnosed with cancer and their families has been selected to take part in Untold Stories, an initiative which matches top film-makers with smaller charities to create professional films.
The films will be broadcast on Media Trust's national television channel, Community Channel, in the spring and distributed widely online.
To date, Untold Stories has produced more than 175 films for charities working in disability, community, race relations, sport, arts and the environment.
Welsh winger, George North, is visiting the children's cancer ward in Wales for the first time since becoming ambassador for LATCH earlier this year.
The 19-year-old will meet the children there and also donate a signed Welsh rugby shirt to the charity.
North was announced as the ambassador at the charity's 30th birthday, but he couldn't attend due to his rugby commitments.
LATCH supports children with leukaemia and their families in Wales.