The Hunter Foundation has launched a ‘100 Disrupters’ competition to support the Year of Young People 2018 in Scotland.
Open to any young person up to the age of 26, THF will award 100 grants of £1000 to individuals or groups who are positively disrupting Scotland.
As well as being an open competition to any young person or group up to the age of 26 who is a resident in Scotland, THF is partnering with a range of organisations to encourage young people to apply, including The Wood Foundation’s Youth & Philanthropy initiative, Young Scot, Prince’s Trust, Young Enterprise Scotland, StreetSoccer, Who Cares Scotland, Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE) and the Children’s Parliament. All partners will be invited to judge the winning entries.
Applications – of no more than one page – outlining a group or individual’s ambition should be emailed no later than April 30th to email@example.com.
THF will then let all winners know directly by close of play 30th May if they have been successful as well as publishing the ‘100 disrupters’ winning ambitions on thehunterfoundation.co.uk.