Application Deadline: 11:59 p.m. EAT on Wednesday, July 4, 2018.
The Google Impact Challenge Kenya supports nonprofits and social enterprises with game-changing ideas to create economic opportunity in their communities.
Organizations apply with their most innovative proposals.
Your community. Your ideas to make it better. For the first time, the Google Impact Challenge is coming to Kenya! The Challenge asks local innovators how they would make their community–and beyond–an even better place. The public and a panel of local Judges vote for the ideas with the most potential, and Google.org pairs each winner with a package of strategic support, funding and Google volunteers.
- Community Impact: Does the proposed project create economic opportunity in Kenya? Does it improve the lives of people in our country?
- Innovation: Does the project present unexpected solutions to unmet needs?
- Reach: Does it have the potential to scale directly or to serve as a model for other communities? Will its scope grow over time?
- Feasibility: Is the project plan (or business plan) well thought-out, and the team well-equipped to execute on it?
How it Works:
Eligible nonprofits and social enterprises submit their proposals to create economic opportunity in Kenya.
Google and our partners will review applications and select 12 finalists.
From the 12 finalists, the public will have three weeks to vote for their favorite idea.
- Final Event and Winners Announced
All 12 finalists are invited to pitch their ideas to our panel of Judges at a final event. The Judges will select three Challenge winners from these finalists, and also announce the people’s choice winner.
- Finalists get access to Google.org funding, mentorship and resources.
- Each of the four winners will receive a $250,000 grant and training from Google. The remaining 8 finalists will receive a $125,000 grant.
Please contact Google at [email protected].
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