This is one of the great questions of
our time, a question often better answered by still deeper questions than by
traditional “answers.” And sometimes, that is exactly the point.
Submit an idea before December 12th for how you would spend
$500 to explore the question “What does the world need
from you?” Would you attend a conference on an issue you care about such as
poverty or injustice? Would you buy a train ticket to a city you feel called to
serve and interview people about their needs? Or perhaps you would go to a
monastery and learn how monks live the question in their daily lives?
Then rally your friends and colleagues to give your
submission a "thumbs up." The individual with the most thumbs-up will
receive a $500 mini-grant to follow through on their submission. A second $500
mini-grant will be presented to an individual selected by a panel of judges
from the top ten highest voted ideas.
Winners will be announced the week of December 19th.
The challenge is running in conjunction with Ask Big Questions.
Panel of Judges:
Josh Feigelson, Educational Director of Ask Big Questions
Katz, Associate Director of Ask Big Questions
Linda Kay Klein,
Director of Work on Purpose for Echoing Green
This challenge is CLOSED.