2015 World of Children Awards
January 12, 2015 The NonProfit Times [post_view] 0
World of Children Award is now accepting Nominations for its 2015 Awards, which honor leaders who are making an extraordinary difference in the lives of children around the world. Awards are available in the following four categories:
- 2015 Education Award – Minimum Grant of $50,000. Recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to children in the field of education.
- 2015 Humanitarian Award – Minimum Grant of $50,000. Recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to children in the fields of social services or humanitarian services.
- 2015 Health Award – Minimum Grant of $50,000. Recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to children in the fields of health, medicine or the sciences.
- 2015 Youth Award – Minimum Grant of $25,000. Recognizes an individual under the age of 21 who is making extraordinary contributions in the lives of other children.
Awards will be presented at an annual Awards Ceremony held in New York City, USA, on November 5, 2015. At that time, World of Children Award will offer cash grants to the proven, sustainable programs created and managed by the 2015 Honorees.Agency(s):
World of ChildrenClosing Date(s):
April 1, 2015Roll Off Date:
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Nominees should have a ten-year successful track record of working with children (three years for the Youth Award), and serve children over and above their regular employment, for little or no pay. Nominees must be available to participate in the Annual Awards Ceremony held in New York City, USA on November 5, 2015. Travel and accommodations will be arranged and paid for by World of Children Award. Nominee must be nominated for one Award only. Individuals submitted for multiple categories will be disqualified. Nominee must have an existing non-profit organization in good standing. The organization must be able to receive grant funds if Awarded. World of Children Award excludes any work designed to specifically advance any one religion or political position. The Board of Governors of World of Children Award reserves the right to exclude Nominations it deems to be religious or political in nature.