Co-Creation Hub Giving4Good Challenge 2018 for Nigeria (Up to £35,000 in funding)

Co-Creation Hub Giving4Good Challenge 2018 for Nigeria (Up to £35,000 in funding)

Deadline: April 13, 2018

Co-Creation Hub is accepting applications for the Giving4Good challenge 2018. The challenge has been designed to explore the ways in which technology can increase individual philanthropy toward NGOs and CSOs in Nigeria. Do you have an innovative idea to increase the funds raised for good causes in Nigeria? Apply for the Giving4Good challenge

CcHUB is running the Giving4Good challenge which will explore the ways CSO’s and NGO’s use technology to raise funds from individuals and donor organisations in both local and international/diaspora communities. The challenge will engage eligible young and talented people across Nigeria to submit novel and existing ideas to solve the problems around individual philanthropy in the Country. They will encourage applicants to propose innovative ideas that solve the fundamental problems around individual philanthropy in the country.

The Challenge

The challenge is centered around the following problem statements:

  1. How might we increase the transparency of NGO’s and CSO’s reporting, to gain trust and encourage more individual donations in Nigeria?
  2. How might we effectively communicate the emotional appeal of causes supported by NGOs and CSOs, in order to trigger more individual philanthropy in Nigeria?

Benefits

  • The top 3 ventures will get combined funding of up to £35,000
  • They will be supported by the CcHUB pre-incubation program which will be focused on product development, distribution and business modelling to implement in late 2018
  • Over the subsequent six months, the top three ideas will be supported with a range of services focused on product development, distribution and business modelling to turn their ideas into fully working products to launch in late 2018.

Eligibility

  • Open to social innovators, teams and individuals who have early stage ideas and are committed to turning them into scalable business solutions.
  • They invite proposals from individuals and partnerships (of not more than 3 persons) from university students, software developers, academics and entrepreneurs from across the six geopolitical zones in Nigeria.
  • Applicants must be of Nigerian citizenship living in Nigeria.
  • They are looking for exciting technology-driven early stage ideas that can help encourage trust, and ultimately trigger donations to NGOs and CSOs in Nigeria.
  • You can submit ideas for applications, technologies, tools, services or other kinds of digital innovation.

Application

The challenge will run in the following stages:

  • Call for Ideas 6th March, 2018 – 13th April, 2018
  • Idea Sprint Workshops 20th March, 2018 & 24th March, 2018
  • Idea development 6th May, 2018 – 9th May 2018
  • Pitching Session 10th May, 2018
  • Pre-Incubation 31st May, 2018 – 1st December, 2018

invite individuals and groups (not more than 3) to submit ideas of applications, technologies, tools, services or any other kind of digital innovation. They’re particularly keen to hear great ideas for addressing the issues regarding Fundraising by CSO’s and NGO’s. These ideas could be related but not limited to financial inclusion, agriculture and education.

To apply, please click 

For more information, visit Giving For Good challenge.

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