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Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning - Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program
05/31/19 11:59 PM ET
Prizes to USA student and youth teams that partner with a nonprofit organization on a service project. Entries are accepted from student teams in grades 6-12, or students ages 11-18 who are members of local service organizations and clubs. Each team must have at least three students and a sponsoring teacher or adult supervisor.
Lead2Feed is a leadership program where students identify and use their leadership skills by doing a service project. The fully prepared lesson plans will take you through the steps of leadership and service. All resources are available to registered members for free.
Students select their project, partner with a Qualified Organization (charity or school) and compete for a chance to win grants for their Qualified Organization. The prizes shall be provided by the Sponsor to each winning Qualified Organization.
Entries are to be submitted by a team of students in grades 6-12 or students between the ages of 11 – 18 who are members of a local club or service organization (e.g. Boys & Girls Club, Boy Scouts, or Girl Scouts) (a “Team”). Each Team must be composed of least three (3) students with a sponsoring classroom teacher or club members with an adult adviser. There is no limit to the size of the Team. Each Team may submit only one (1) entry. Each Team will create and execute a service learning project for the benefit of a Qualified Organization (defined below) by (i) setting a goal that attempts to solve a local, state-wide or national problem or need (i.e., help an existing charity or create a project in its school or community locally or nationally), (ii) developing an action plan to achieve the goal and (iii) demonstrating leadership in connection with the project. All submissions must be entered by either the teacher or adult adviser completing the submission form.
To enter your team’s project into the Lead2Feed Challenge you will partner with a local charity or public organization. This certifies that they are a US registered qualifying organization and can accept a grant if your team wins. Many 501c3 organizations do work globally so where you serve is not limited to the US. Your school, if it is a public organization may also qualify. Many school districts and private schools have a public foundation.
GrantWatch ID#: 180684
For each Challenge deadline, there will be: one (1) – five (5) First Place Winning Teams, and up to Thirty (30) Second Place Winning Teams, The number of Winning Teams is dependent on the number of eligible entries received and the results of the judging.
The following prizes will be awarded to each Qualified Organization that the winning Team supported as part of its Contest entry. The prizes will be awarded as follows: First Place - $10,000; Second Place - $500. The prizes shall be provided by the Sponsor to each winning Qualified Organization.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register to Apply: https://www.lead2feed.org/register/
Log in to Submit a Project: https://www.lead2feed.org/login
For support or questions email to email@example.com.
Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning
PO Box 4144
Broadlands, VA 20148
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