Crimson education have recently launched the ‘Crimson Youth Fund’ which will delegate $50,000 of funding to students looking to make a lasting impact in their community. It has been created to provide students or recent graduates (aged 13 – 21) with essential resources that will help bring their event or project to life.
Jamie Beaton, co-founder of Crimson Education, informs that “these transformative projects deliver positivity and unity to communities through a common initiative inspired by youth involvement.”
Projects can vary depending on theme and interest, some ideas given are an app pitch, a charity fundraiser, debating tournament or a business case competition. Individual events and projects can receive anywhere between $150 – $1500 USD of funding.
To find out more about how you can apply visit https://pages.crimsoneducation.org/crimsonyouthfund