CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: ASEAN Social Impact Awards

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    Deadline for applications is on July 15th, 2017 at 11:59 GMT+8.

     

    Ashoka is currently looking for social entrepreneurs impacting communities in the ASEAN region to apply for the inaugural ASEAN Social Impact Awards.

     

    Co-created by Ashoka, NUS School of Social Work and Asia Philanthropy Circle, The ASEAN Social Impact Award is a celebration of high quality and distinctive social innovations with a focus on systemic impact for disadvantaged, marginalized and vulnerable communities in the ASEAN region.

     

    If you are keen to apply or if you would like to nominate social entrepreneurs making a difference in the ASEAN community today, kindly do so by clicking on the link below.

     

    APPLY/ NOMINATE NOW for the ASEAN Social Impact Awards

     

    Deadline: July 15, 2017

     

    Three winners will receive cash prizes of up to 50,000 SGD and support from Ashoka and NUS School of Social Work in further building their organizations.

     

    About the Awards: What are we looking for?

     

    This award identifies and further encourages individuals from the citizen sector with a strong drive and vision to resolve social issues, thereby creating positive social impact in their respective communities in the ASEAN region. The Ee Peng Liang Memorial Fund Committee, with the assistance of Ashoka, set up this award to perpetuate the Singaporean “father of charity”, capturing the essence of his selfless drive to advance human development in communities in need.

     

    Please consider the following eligibility criteria below applying:

     

    • The target group of the organization should fit within disadvantaged people in any of the ASEAN countries         
    • The organization should have already achieved a demonstrable size of impact
    • The organization should already be at least 3 years in operation

     

    For any inquiries, please contact Anshul Magotra at amagotra@ashoka.org.

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