Charlotte Day Wilson may be in the midst of a busy tour, but the Toronto singer clearly has time to give back to the people. Last night the Stone Woman maestro took home this year's Prism Prize for best Canadian music video and announced that she'll be donating part of the prize money to a women’s shelter. That alone is an incredible gesture, but Wilson and the director of the winning visual, Fantavious  Fritz, went even further and promised to use a portion of the pot to establish a music video grant for female directors.

The current plan for this fund is a special one-time offering, but should other donors follow suit, it's not out of the realm of possibility that the initiative continues. Along with Charlotte's nod for the powerful "Work" video, there was a very strong female presence in the nominations. Rising powerhouse, Kareena Evans, capped off a strong winter with the Lipsett Award, while Grimes was also recognized for her innovation in the field with a High-Fidelity trophy.

Wilson took to social media afterwards to express her gratitude and share her excitement about future media creators. "So honoured to have won the Prism Prize award for Best Canadian Music Video", she begins. "This video was a group collaboration in its truest form. Thank you to everyone who participated and to Fantavious Fritz for executing the vision with me. Also feeling very inspired by all the amazing women I met at the award ceremony last night. Canadian powerhouse women ftw."

You can see their post-win reaction below via Prism Prize's Twitter feed.