It is open to individuals, communities, groups and organisations, to help them to get a strong foundation through knowledge sharing.
There will be up to 5 prize winners, with each winner being awarded £10,000.
Prize money could be used for things like covering expenses to visit similar projects which are more established, or for arranging training that you feel is needed to continue your work most effectively.
Networking and skill-sharing amongst projects will be encouraged, and all short-listed projects will be asked to submit a short video to appear on this website.
Nominations for 2017 are now closed, and the short list will be announced later in March.