Go Think Big’s Youth Project: A Chance to Win Up to £500 for Your Social Action Project!

Deadline: 6 August 2017

Go Think Big is looking to fund the biggest and best project ideas. If you have an interest in social action and entrepreneurialism, and would love some help getting an idea from paper to out in the big wide world, they want to hear from you. Apply today!

Go Think Big is currently inviting applicants for its Youth Project. It is excited to be able to offer up to £500 for applicant’s social action project all aimed at innovation and creating something new. If applicants are aged 15-24 they could be in with the chance of receiving up to £500 funding for their big idea that thinks outside the box! If they have a creative and unique project idea, then Go Think Big want to help them get it off the ground.

Go Think Big is looking for project ideas which consider making a positive impact on applicant’s community, and make use of digital technology. This can be anything from an app to an event, from a website to a live music event, from a community initiative to an arts and creative workshop. They want them to be creative, entrepreneurial and innovative!

Eligibility Criteria

Applicant’s project must:

  • Have a project leader aged 15-24 who lives in the UK
  • Take place within the UK
  • Have an element which benefits their community or young people within it
  • Be realistic, will it be completed within 6 months, and achievable with up to £500
  • Consider how digital can be used. This may include, but is not limited to, digital platforms, digital connectivity, digital research or data management. They can use anything from video, to social media, to music software. Options are endless!

Big Think Go won’t fund:

  • Project leaders who have already received funding from Think Big. If applicants have a big idea, but have already been a Level 1 project leader, They encourage them to team up with a friend who can act as a new project leader
  • Projects which are part of, make a profit for, or fundraise for other charities or causes
  • Projects which require full funding just for equipment
  • Projects which benefit an individual through training, professional fees or salaries
  • Leisure activities, including gig tickets

How to Apply

Eligible Applicants can apply online via given website.

Eligible Country: United Kingdom

For more information, please visit Go Think Big.

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