Shout the Good Competitions

Frequently, we are prompted by the spirit in our hearts to call a friend, send a smiley face on a text, hold the door longer for a stranger and ask the cashier how their day is.

In a similar light, consider who needs to hear about the following competitions hosted by SevenDays® Make a Ripple, Change the World.

It is possible that you don’t qualify for either of the competitions I am highlighting in this blog post. However, please don’t dismiss the idea that you might KNOW a young person who is trying to make their ripple of kindness in the world and could use a platform.
SevenDays® has a platform for song and essay writers; you know a young person with these talents. Let’s connect!

Our Faith, Love & Song competition was created to reward songwriters, 14 – 21 years of age, for songs composed with lyrics inspiring and uplifting others to be accepting of others regardless of racial, religious or cultural differences and to spread kindness. The winner of the competition will receive the $5,000 scholarship. Second place will receive $2,500 and $1,000 for third place. The competition hopes to promote understanding and acceptance through music.
Deadline for song submissions is mid-February.
For questions contact song@givesevendays.org

SevenDays® Make a Ripple, Change the World Scholarships
Project and essay competition to reward 2018 high school seniors who will take one or more of our seven themes; Love, Discover, Others, Connect, Go, You, Onward, and apply them to a lasting project that will start a ripple and change the world. Five scholarships will be given for higher education tuition in the amount of $1,000 each.
For questions contact Jill Andersen at scholarships@givesevendays.org

RRACE Foundation and the Faith Always Wins Foundation are funding the 2018 Faith, Love & Song competition.

We do not yet have an underwriter for our essay competition and welcome one or more to assist with the financial commitment. Please correspond with us at info@givesevendays.org.

In faith, love and kindness,
Mindy

Shane Brethowr