Are you 11-25 years old?
Do you have a passion for taking action in your community and expressing your passion through different forms of media? Then this is for you!
This year, Break The Divide’s international competition is looking for the most innovative and creative solutions to major global issues!
All youth aged 11-25 years old from around the world may participate in this competition.
If you do not meet this age requirement but would still like to participate, email us at email@example.com.
Break The Divide Foundation is dedicated to connecting individuals from different walks of life to create positive change in society. This year, we want to see you demonstrate the power of connection in action!
Create an innovative project in your community that involves personal connection.
Break The Divide - Community Project
Create a community project that involves bringing community members from different walks of life together to address a major community issue or one of BTD’s key issues.
Document the processes involved that include dialogue and conversation.
Based on this community engagement, write an essay or create a short film/creative project to document your project.
Break The Stigma - Mental Health Art Project
Use art to demonstrate your understanding of Mental Health and ways to break the stigmas behind mental health.
Create a work of art, including but not limited to a hand drawing, graphic design, painting, photo, or short film.
Personalizing Depersonalization - Climate Change
Create a short film or use photography / graphic design / other forms of art to help others understand the harsh realities of climate change.
Up to $750 in prizes available!
SUBMISSION DEADLINE UPDATED!
The original deadline of March 31st, 2020 has been extended to April 30th, 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Submissions are due April 30th, 2020 by 11:59 PM PST.
Email your project submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further inquiries or questions visit breakthedivide.net/contact to find other methods of contacting us.