Clifford The Big Red Dog’s Be Big in Your Community Contest

Posted by on March 01, 2010

Bring YOUR BIG Idea To Life!

Enter now to see your little idea turned into a BIG Idea! Clifford The Big Red Dog® is looking for individuals and/or community groups doing great things to make a difference in their community.

The BE BIG!™ Campaign is designed to communicate that small, simple actions can make a BIG difference.  The campaign invites everyone, big and small, to take action and raise awareness for how Clifford The Big Red Dog’s BIG IDEAS (Share, Play Fair, Have Respect, Work Together, Be Responsible, Be Truthful, Be Kind, Believe in Yourself, Be a Good Friend, Help Others) can make the world a better place.

Clifford welcomes volunteers, schools or community partners to enter for a chance to see their BIG idea win $75,000 in community grants!*

Scholastic’s “Be Big in Your Community” Contest launched on February 1, 2010 and will continue accepting entries until June 30, 2010.

30 finalists will be selected by a multi-tiered judging process:

·         One entry will be honored with a $25,000 community grant
·         Ten entries will be honored with a $2,500 community grant
·         Nineteen entries will be honored with a $1315.79 community grant

All projects will be executed with the help of Scholastic, HandsOn Network affiliates and BE BIG’s corporate sponsor, American Family Insurance!

Enter Now!

Make the Promise!

It only takes a little to BE BIG!  Clifford’s BE BIG Promise is a quick way for everyone to embrace Clifford’s BIG Ideas and learn how small, simple actions can make the world a better place.  Write Clifford a special message on how you promise to BE BIG in 2010 and help us reach our goal of 25,000 promises by December 31, 2010.  Clifford thanks you!

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