R30,000 will be awarded to the entry voted 'best change-makers project' by Canon Collins Trust scholars and alumni.
Tell us about your project, and how your work has made a difference to a community or group of people. Your project will be showcased on the website, inspiring others and facilitating access to influential networks and pools of expertise available through our alumni, partners and friends of the Trust.
Submit your project by 6 May.
Alumni and scholars vote online for the best project 13-17 May. Winner is announced 1 June at the Annual Alumni Dinner.
• Any person who has held a Canon Collins Trust scholarship.• The project must be an already established project. Proposals for new projects will not be considered.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
Applicants complete the form below, describing what the challenge is that the project addresses, and how it does so. The description should include information about what kind of positive impact the project has had on the targeted group or context.
The applicant must be able to say how the award monies will be used to enhance their work within the 12 month period June 2019 - June 2020.
The initiative should reflect the core ideals of the Trust: contributing to a more open and just society in southern Africa.All eligible projects will be showcased on the Canon Collins website where the information will be accessible to other alumni, scholars and interested parties.
Only Canon Collins scholars and alumni are eligible to vote for the entered projects. Voting will be online.
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