During the months of March and April 2017, the Sophie Stenbeck Family Foundation and the non-profit organization Reach for Change, have sent a call out in their networks to find the smart, brave and passionate grassroots leaders with the solutions supporting and empowering children on the run from war and conflict to receive the Child 10 Award.
They were happy to announce that one of the nominating individuals in their networks has nominated the Genesis Project to receive the award!
What is Child 10 Awards Forum?
The Sophie Stenbeck Family Foundation and the non-profit organization Reach for Change have founded the Child 10 Award to highlight, support and connect bold leaders of grassroots organizations that work with innovative solutions to address urgent and pressing issues for children. This year the focus is on the children on the run from war and conflict.
Every year, the Child 10 Awardees meet in Stockholm, Sweden, for the Child 10 Summit – an exceptional opportunity for you to share best practices and to build on collective knowledge and experience to continue and scale their work for children. The awardees will also receive a financial grant of $10.000 to sponsor the work of the organization.
The Genesis Project was invited, on behalf of the Child 10 selection committee and team, to send in our application, with detailed description of the organization goals, mission and current activities.
Now we hope for the best, that we will receive the Child 10 Awards and that we will continue our efforts for the wellbeing of the children throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina.
More about Child 10 Awards you can read on following link: http://reachforchange.org/en/about/child10