Go Think Big are excited to be able to offer up to £500 for your social action project! To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week this month, they are inviting anyone who has ideas around using music to promote the importance of having positive mental wellbeing.
They are looking for anyone with an innovative and inspiring idea, which changes the world around them for the better. They are offering you the chance to get funding for a project based on making positive changes to both you and your community. They want you to use your funding to help others develop a ‘healthy mind’, and explore the power in using music to facilitate this in some way.
If you are aged 15-24 you could be in with the chance of receiving up to £500 funding for your big idea that thinks outside the box! This is an opportunity to gain funding for a great social action idea – an idea which helps society or your community. This could include film, radio, journalism or general media, which also considers using technology to harness your creative vision. If you have a creative and unique project idea, then they want to help you get it off the ground.
They are looking to fund the biggest and best project ideas to creatively make your mark. If you have an interest in social action, digital and entrepreneurialism, and would love some help getting an idea from paper to reality, they want to hear from you. Apply today!
Who Should Apply?
Your project can be based around anything from skills workshops, podcasts or journalism pieces, to live events, community initiatives or apps. Let your imagination run wild! Don’t forget to consider the use of digital technology to further harness your creative vision, and ensure that your idea makes a positive impact in some way. They are looking to fund the biggest and best project ideas to creatively make your mark. They want you to be creative, entrepreneurial and innovative!
You can apply as just one person or a group of people, however the project must be lead by a Project Leader who will be responsible for all communications and finances. Participation in the programme will run for 6 months. Your project can take place at any point during these dates, or for the entire duration, depending on the nature of your idea.
Your Project must:
- Have a project leader aged 15-24 who lives in the UK
- Take place within the UK
- Have an element which benefits your community or young people within it
- Be realistic, will 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. You can use anything from video, to social media, to music software. Options are endless!
- Consider the use of charities or professionals where appropriate, especially if your project addresses mental health
For more information and toi apply, click the link below
The deadline to apply is Sunday 17th June. If you have any questions or queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org