World of Children Awards for Children’s Advocates
Posted by on February 14, 2003
World of Children Awards to Honor Children’s Advocates
Deadline: April 28, 2003
World of Children (http://www.worldofchildren.org/), a nonprofit organization that works to provide a voice for the world’s children and to make children’s issues central to the future of societies around the world, established the World of Children Awards program in 1998 to recognize those individuals who dedicate their lives to serving the world’s youngest citizens. Nominations are invited from around the world for the program’s three awards:
Cardinal Health Children’s Care Award: a $100,000 award recognizing an individual who has made a significant lifetime contribution to the health and well-being of children, including work in medical care, sanitation, nutrition, and research.
Kellogg’s Child Development Award: a $100,000 award honoring an individual who has made a significant lifetime contribution to children’s futures by greatly improving their opportunities to learn and grow. Contributions in this area include providing shelter, improving living conditions, fostering safety, and working against discrimination, poverty, violence, and child labor.
Founder’s Scholarship: a $15,000 award presented to one young person who is making an extraordinary contribution to children. The nominee must be 21 or younger, and must have contributed at least three consecutive years of service to helping children.
Nominations are accepted online. Complete guidelines and nomination instructions are available at the World of Children Web site.
For additional RFPs in Children and Youth, visit: http://www.fdncenter.org/pnd/rfp/cat_children.jhtml
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