A class of students choose a charity to support. The choice is entirely the students'; we do not influence this decision
A charity representative is invited to come and speak to the class about their work. If capacity is limited, the charity could Skype, do an email/phone Q&A or the students can visit the charity
Students spend the next few weeks raising awareness and fundraising for their charity as well as making presentations
The school hosts a School Final where students deliver their presentations in teams to a panel of judges and an audience of parents and charities
The class who scores highest for their presentation and social action wins £1,000 for their chosen charity
Engage a class of young people with social action (including fundraising), so every charity should be a winner
Develop relationships with local schools and young people and your community
Build a new generation of supporters, volunteers and donors
This is an uplifting big school celebration to find our winners for the year. Parents, teachers and charities are invited to attend the School Final where one charity will win £1,000.
Students from across the year group will pitch their charities in front of a panel of judges. They will use this platform to tell the audience about their chosen charity, the work they have done for them and, if applicable, the money they have raised for them.
At the end of the 90 minute event, judges will decide on who will win the £1,000 in grant money. Students and their winning charity will be invited on stage to collect the £1,000 cheque!