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What Idea Would You Fund?
We just closed the submission phase of our Echoing Green and GOODmaker mini-grant challenges. Now it's time for you to vote for the winners.
Last month Echoing Green and GOOD asked how you would use up to $1,500 to connect with the members of the community you most want to serve. We're thrilled with the 250 submissions that came in from twenty-one countries. The submissions are all inspiring and range from a nonprofit fitness center for religious women to college students delivering excess food to local shelters. Check out both of the challenges below and show your support.
The Two Challenges
A panel of judges will declare a $500 winner from the ten top-voted submissions on the Take Perspective…Someone Else’s Challenge. Start voting with the "Thumbs-Up."
The public decides the $1,000 winner on the Connect with Your Community Challenge on GOODmaker.
Be sure to join our email list to learn about upcoming challenges.
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