Foundation / Corporation
Nestle and Ashoka
12/18/20 11:30 PM (CET)
Prizes and in-kind support to USA, Canada, and International nonprofit organizations and for-profit entities for projects to improve the environment. Funding is intended to support proposals to reduce waste packaging. In addition to a cash prize, applicants may have access to mentoring and training.
The Nestlé Creating Shared Value Prize 2020, in partnership with Ashoka, aims to identify system-changing projects that will support Nestlé's visions that none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill or as litter.
Nestlé looks for high-quality initiatives that address challenges such as:
GrantWatch ID#: 150750
The Nestlé Creating Shared Value Prize jury may decide to award the winners’ prize funds to more than one winner, including a maximum of five (5) specially commended.
All eligible participants will:
- Receive customized feedback delivered by Nestlé's employees, trained by Ashoka.
- Participate in a webinar on system change.
- Have the potential to be selected as an Ashoka Fellow.
Finalists (up to 10) will gain access to:
- Workshops to explore the potential of collaboration with Nestlé and its employees.
- A virtual workshop on co-creation and system change with key Nestlé employees and Ashoka.
- One Ashoka Europe Fellowship module (system change, new leadership, hybrid social finance, replication and transfer, OR well-being).
Specially Commended (up to 5) & Winner will:
- Receive cash prize up to CHF 250 000 to be allocated to the 5 specially commended and the overall winner (based on the ranking and project sizes).
- Mentoring from Nestlé employees.
- Gain visibility through Ashoka and Nestlé's media and social media activities.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
If you have any questions regarding the prize, please contact:
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