Scholarships for Change

by Global Vision International Charitable Trust Vetted since 2006 Top Ranked Site Visit Verified

Summary

The United Nations have identified 17 Global Issues that we need to tackle together and make a difference by 2030. Our Scholarship program allows access to funding for aspiring Individuals to join International development projects to learn and become an ambassador for change, globally.

$27,000
total goal
$3,344
remaining
146
donors
1
monthly donor
7
years

Challenge

The UN Sustainable Development Goal's are the responsibility of everyone. To build awareness and knowledge we need key people to lead as ambassadors of change. Passionate individuals show the potential of rely impacting our communities but are stuck with a barrier of funding for their own learning and development.

Solution

The GVI Trust will identify these potential aspiring individuals and provide access to funding to join international projects that focus on two or more of the global issues and support them in their mission to make a difference post their experience.

Long-Term Impact

We aim to build a large International network of scholars that lead, develop, train and share their experience with local influences to drive change.

Resources

http:/​/​www.gvi.org
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Organization Information

Global Vision International Charitable Trust

Location: Exeter, Devon - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​www.gvi.org
Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
Carly Kruyer
Exeter, Devon United Kingdom

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