What a day! Thank you for joining us at Old Trafford for a day of workshops for the next generation of climate change campaigners. We’re looking forward to seeing the entries for the Business Canvas competition.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
There is no minimum or maximum group size for completing the business canvas. The students need to use the problem that they brain stormed in the workshop on the 8th February, or a new problem, to create a plan of how they will campaign to tackle the issue. It can be displayed as creatively on the canvas as the students like, as long as it’s legible. The plan needs to implementable, as the winning canvas will receive a prize of £300 to help kick start their campaign.
HOW TO ENTER
You can either post you business canvas for the attention of Lindsay Smith to, WWF-UK, Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Road, Woking. GU21 4LL; or scan and send a digital version to email@example.com with the subject line ‘Manchester United Foundation Show The Love Competition’.
Be sure to include a covering letter with each of the contributors names, ages and school, as well as the teachers name and contact email address and phone number.
WHAT DO WE WIN?
The winning school will receive £300 to implement their campaign plan to solve the problem described in their business canvas. As well as this, two students and one teacher are invited to attend the Green Heart Hero Awards in The Palace of Westminster, 5pm - 7pm, 13th March. Here your canvas will be on display for MPs to see and you’ll receive a special mention in the schools category announcement.
I HAVE QUESTIONS...
If you’re feeling unsure as to what you need to do, please don’t hesitate to contact Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This competition is being hosted by The Climate Coalition in partnership with the Manchester United Foundation
- The competition will open on Thursday 8th February 2018 and close on Wednesday 7th March 2018.
Only entries that comply with all entry instructions will be accepted.
The competition is open to pupils of the schools that attended the Manchester United Foundation Show The Love workshop day on the 8th February 2018 only.
Entrants are required to identify a sustainability problem in their local community or school that they would like to campaign to change. They must then create a business canvas (provided to them on the 8th February) outlining the steps they would take to address this problem.
There is no minimum or maximum group size that can contribute to the creation of the ‘business canvas’.
There will only be one winner selected and the prize will be £300 from WWF-UK to go towards implementing the solutions to the problem as laid out in the ‘business canvas’. 2 students and one teacher from the winning school will also be invited to the Green Heart Hero Awards in The Palace of Westminster on 13th March, 5pm - 7pm. The Climate Coalition will contribute towards travel costs with an amount of their chosing.
Entries will be ranked based on the following three criteria:
Ability to implement: could the problem being presented be reduced following the business plan the students have laid out?
Relevance of the problem: is the problem a sustainability or climate change related issue?
Creativity: how have they laid out their business plan? Is it creative, clear, easy to read and understand?
Entries will only be accepted if they come accompanied by a letter with each of the contributors names, ages and school, as well as the teachers name and contact email address and phone number.
Competition entries should be sent to either:
WWF-UK, The Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Road, Woking, GU21 4LL
As a photocopy to Lindsay smith, email@example.com with the subject line Manchester United Foundation Competition
If files are too large to be sent via email, these can be sent via ‘we transfer’ http://wetransfer.com this is a free service for sending files up to 2GB in size. You will be asked for an email to send your file to, please use firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries must be the original work of the entrant(s) and not copied from any other source.
The Climate Coalition/WWF-UK/The Manchester United Foundation takes no responsibility for late entries, or entries not successfully uploaded.
The winning business plan will be contacted by Friday 9th March, 17:00 either via email or telephone.
The winners’ schools will be contacted by email or telephone. If the winning individual/school cannot be contacted after reasonable attempts have been made, First News/WWF-UK reserves the right to offer the prize to another competition entrant.
Entries may feature in communications by the Manchester United Foundation and any of The Climate Coalition member organisations.
Any contact details supplied will be used for administering the competition and otherwise in accordance with WWF’s data protection policy which can be found at https://www.wwf.org.uk/privacy-and-data-protection
The prize will be distributed to the winning school and not the individual students that contributed to the business plan.
A representative teacher of the entrant’s school must submit the entry on the pupil’s behalf and by doing so agrees and accepts:
these terms and conditions;
that The Climate Coalition and The Manchester United Foundation may publish competition entries both in print and online, including on their websites, social media channels, and for PR purposes;
that the school and the winning pupil(s) may be invited to participate in publicity arising from this competition.
that by entering this competition you agree to be contacted about WWF’s work with schools in the future – this is in accordance with data protection policy as specified on the registration form.
The decision of the judges is final and at the absolute discretion of the judges’ panel. No correspondence will be entered into.
The Climate Coalition and The Manchester United Foundation reserves the right to cancel this competition without notice at any stage if it is deemed necessary at the absolute discretion of The Climate Coalition and The Manchester United Foundation or where events beyond its control prevent proper administration of the competition.
The competition is administered by WWF-UK, The Climate Coalition and The Manchester United Foundation.
These terms and conditions and any disputes arising out of them shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law.
The Climate Coalition and The Manchester United Foundation reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions at any time during and post competition.
The data controller of this competition is WWF-UK, The Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 4LL.