Raise Your Voice | The Competition for Environmental Protection


Have you heard of the “Raise Your Voice” contest?

This campaign wants to help students speak up about how climate change affects their communities and find ways to make things better. Plus, the participants can earn rewards!

Students who take part could win $100 USD for their efforts. The most creative and problem-solving entries will be chosen as winners.

This campaign gives students a special chance to speak up about climate change and share their ideas. They’ll work with respected groups like UNICEF, the Ashley Lashley Foundation, and Goodwall to make a difference globally.

Moreover joining in lets students show off their skills and add to the worldwide talk about climate action.

So, read on to find out how to participate!

How to apply

Those who wish to participate in the initiative must create a video about the problem of climate change.

In particular the video must necessarily answer the following two questions:

  • Do you know about the big climate problems in your area, and do you feel ready to respond if there’s a climate emergency?
  • How can you learn more about climate risks, and do you know what you can do to help with climate change?

You can send the video by following these steps:

The Raise Your Voice challenge will have judges from Goodwall, UNICEF, and the Ashley Lashley Foundation. They’ll pick winners using these rules:

  1. Share a 1-2 minute video answering a question from this challenge (you must do this);
  2. They’ll rate your creativity and the quality of your info (you can get 0-10 points).

The prize

Selected winners receive up to $100.

Contest winners must ensure they provide their accurate personal and banking information within 30 days of their success being publicly announced on the Goodwall app and privately notified by the Goodwall team. It’s the responsibility of the winner to submit this information promptly so that Goodwall can deliver the prize. Claims submitted after this 30-day period may not be considered eligible for payment.

Do you want to know more?

Also, for any questions or additional information, feel free to reach out to the organisation at community@theashleylashleyfoundation.org


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European Year of Youth 2022 | Communication from the EU Commission

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