Theirworld Education Innovation Awards 2024 (up to £50,000 each)

Theirworld is currently accepting applications for their Education Innovation Awards 2024.

Application deadline: 31 March 2024

Theirworld Education Innovation Awards 2024

Are you working on an innovative education project that serves marginalised learners? If so, Theirworld could help you take your project to the next level.

Theirworld is looking for up to 10 non-profits for our Education Innovation Awards 2024. Winners receive support to grow via leadership coaching, masterclass training sessions, one-to-one mentoring and a grant of up to £50,000 each.

In 2024, they especially welcome applications from organisations working on:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education for the most vulnerable learners
  • Education in crisis or conflict
  • Climate change education

Is your organisation a registered non-profit organisation and have you completed a successful pilot with at least 2,000 learners?

Benefits

The award is designed to help you develop your pilot, invest in evaluation and complete other activities to prepare for scale-up.

The programme will:

  • Equip you with the know-how to plan the next stage of your organisation’s growth.
  • Help you step outside the daily whirlwind and take time to reflect and plan – supported by experts and mentors.
  • Develop your team’s knowledge and skills, through a combination of masterclasses, mentoring and coaching.

The scale-ready grant is designed to help you develop your pilot, invest in evaluation and complete other activities to prepare for scale-up.

Eligibility Criteria

Only legally registered non-profit organisations i.e. NGOs and charities.

Your organisation must:

a) Have a Child Protection Policy
b) Have a bank account
c) Be able to complete the application form in full, including submitting your latest annual report and audited accounts.

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They prioritise applications from Community Led Organisations. A Community Led Organisation is:

  • Registered in the country of activity
  • Staffed mainly by people who are citizens of, or living in, the country of activity
  • Governed by a board made up of members who are citizens of, or living in, the country of activity

For more Information:

Visit Education Innovation Awards page before applying.

Complete the form below to receive the application link. The eligibility check takes around five minutes to complete. 

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