U.S. Cellular The Future of Good Contest on Thefutureofgood.com
From : December 3, 2019, 12:00 am
To : April 15, 2020, 11:59 pm
50 United States and the District of Columbia
Sweepstakes is posted on :Win Type : Cash
Totla ARV Value : $60000
Entry Type : One Time entry
Difficulty Level : Moderate ( 7 out of 10 )
U.S. Cellular The Future of Good Contest is back for the 5th consecutive year. Every year, U.S. Cellular helps the kids who work to improve their communities by providing them $10,000 grants to help further their efforts. This year is no different. If you know young humanitarians in your neighborhood, who are making a positive impact in U.S., then nominate him/her to receive $10,000 to put toward their cause. Their stories will also be also featured on TheFutureofGood.com.
Limit: You must be at least 18 years of age or older (19 in AL or NE) to nominate an entrant who is between the ages of 6 and 17 and doing good in his/her community. You are allowed to enter only once during the Contest Period.
How To Enter:
During the nomination phase, visit www.thefutureofgood.com and submit the official entry form with all required information. You are also required to submit an essay that describes your Nominee’s cause, how it is helping to make his/her community a better place, and how the Nominee could use a cash grant for technology or other means to continue and grow his/her humanitarian efforts. You will receive one entry into the Contest.
Semi-Finalist Judging :
A panel of judges will judge all the entries on the following criteria in each of the two phases of:
- How well the Nominee embodies the concept “The Future of Good” in that he/she has gone above and beyond to lead a specific cause that helps support the community, rights a wrong, and/or changes an injustice - 60%
- How the Nominee could use a cash grant for technology or other means to continue and grow his/her humanitarian efforts – 30%
- Overall quality, creativity, and clarity of the entry and how effectively it describes the Nominee and his/her work – 10%
- Five entries from each phase with the highest score will be the Semi-Finalist. The Nominator of each Semi-Finalist will be notified via email. The Semi-Finalist will be interviewed about his/her cause & community service and have to provide further information and supporting materials.
All the Semi-Finalist will be judged again based on the following criteria:
- The judging criteria mentioned above
- The interview with Nominee
- Potential supporting materials Nominee’s parent or legal guardian provided
Three entries with the highest score from each will be the Finalist.
(6) Finalist Prizes (3 each Contest Phase)
$10,000 in cash, which will be awarded as a donation made in the Finalist’s name to the charitable organization with which the Finalist is affiliated, as described in the Entry that nominated Finalist.