Impact competition

DO something with all of those points you earn on iCivics.org! Every three months, iCivics takes a handful of community service projects from Ashoka Youth Ventures.

Donate your points to the projects you like, and see which one receives the most support! At the end of each competition, iCivics will donate $1,000 to the winning project.

Current Standings

16 DAYS LEFT IN COMPETITION
1st
Place
58,809,226
POINTS
Food For Thought
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The $1000 seed funding will be used to support the design and developm

2nd
Place
22,534,781
POINTS
Community Watch BullDogs
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The $1,000 seed funding will be used to create starting kits for Commu

3rd
Place
9,333,519
POINTS
The WomanHOOD Project
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The $1,000 seed funding would be allocated to support three major outc

4th
Place
6,726,118
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Apollo
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Apollo is a startup Co-founded by Yada Pruksachatkkun, with the mission to create the perfect mobile companion for college...

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The team is in the process of developing their chatbot and app, which

5th
Place
5,791,929
POINTS
Threads for Teens (Detroit Chapter)
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The $1,000 seed funding would fund our backpack program where we fill

6th
Place
3,958,452
POINTS
BLK MGK
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The the $1,000 seed funding would be used to expand our ARTcation retr

7th
Place
3,468,454
POINTS
Redefy
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With our $1,000 seed funding, we would first expand our resource creat

8th
Place
3,200,150
POINTS
Resilient Wellness
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The purpose of Resilient Wellness is to end multigenerational trauma and advance holistic health and ways of living and being through...

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The $1,000 seed funding would be used to support our weekly health pop

9th
Place
3,165,391
POINTS
Quad City Closet2Closet
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With the $1000 seed funding we would purchase display units, clothing

10th
Place
3,162,929
POINTS
Khoon
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The Khoon team would use the $1,000 seed funding to increase the impac

11th
Place
3,153,334
POINTS
Catching Joy, Inc.
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Catching Joy would use the $1,000 seed funding for programming.