Samhita launches Socially Positive an opportunity for the youth to contribute towards positive social change. This weekend put on your creative hat and do good. Socially Positive is a nationwide
Samhita launches Socially Positive an opportunity for the youth to contribute towards positive social change. This weekend put on your creative hat and do good.
Socially Positive is a nationwide campaign where you can use creative skills like photography, film-making, designing and blogging to raise awareness for social causes and support NGOs.
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You need not be an ace photographer, a polished film-maker or a celebrity blogger. All you need is a creative knack and a passion to make a positive social change. You can participate as an individual or in a team of maximum five members.
What’s in store for the winners?
Winning teams will get cash prizes and exciting internship opportunities with social enterprises like National Social Entrepreneurship Forum, Video Volunteers, MAM Movies and the likes.
Best bloggers will get an opportunity to spearhead leading social entrepreneurship blog – ThinkChange India as Managing Editor(s). Best entries in the photography category will get an opportunity to join ace photographer D K Bhaskar for an interactive photography workshop with kids in rural areas of Rajasthan, Andaman or similar.
How to apply?
Participants will have to select an NGO registered on www.samhita.org and work with them to create marketing collateral and use it during the Joy of Giving Week to raise funds for the NGO.
You have until October 15 to upload the collateral you create. Register now and create your team on www.samhita.org to participate. Visit www.samhita.org/sociallypositive for more information or write to email@example.com for any queries.
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