Young Projects Award

For young projects from 1 to 5 years old.

This prize is for young community groups, organisations, networks and businesses that have a proven track record and which are seeking more funding to expand or develop.

There are three prizes in this category, with each being awarded £20,000. We aim to award at least one prize to a small scale project.

 

How to enter

Complete the online entry form below – you can save the form at any time and complete it later.

The closing date for entries is December 10th 2017, 23:59 GMT. We will contact all applicants after the shortlisting phase in March 2018.

Please take the time to reflect and discuss answers with your team and beneficiaries. Read the eligibility guidelines and background information.
 

Information

We want this application process to be useful for you and the wider regeneration movement. We will therefore analyse application answers to better understand best practice, common issues and key training needs.

The name, country and website of all eligible projects will be listed on the Spring Prize website unless requested otherwise.


 

Entry Form

Answer all questions marked with an *asterisk.

 

  • About your organisation

  • About you (the person filling out this form)

  • About the project

  • What does your organisation do? When and why was the organisation established? What have you achieved so far? max 200 words)
  • Who are your main beneficiaries and what is their involvement in shaping your work so far? How will you continue to involve them going forward? (max 200 words)
  • Describe how you make decisions within your organisation? What are the key roles within your organisation? How do you support the health and wellbeing of all workers? Please provide evidence where possible through links to independent articles, reports etc. (max 200 words)
  • Consider your physical, social and economic environment in your answer. (max 200 words)
  • Consider your physical, social and economic environment in your answer. (max 200 words)
  • How does your organisation support solidarity, community cohesion and resilience? And how do you work to address gender, class, race, mobility or other issues that impact on access and status? Please provide evidence where possible through links to independent articles, reports etc. (max 200 words)
  • Please provide evidence where possible through links to independent articles, reports etc. (max 200 words)
  • (max 100 words)
  • Please name the key networks you are connected to. (max 100 words)
  • (max 100 words)
  • Please give more details (max 100 words).