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The GOOD 30-Day Challenge: GOOD Citizenship

The GOOD 30-Day Challenge: GOOD Citizenship

This month’s 30-Day Challenge is GOOD Citizenship. Do you have a plan to rally friends and neighbors behind a specific issue affecting your community? We want to hear your ideas! Apply here for a $500 grant to bring your project to life.

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The Specifics

GOOD Maker wants to know how you will creatively engage others in the civic life of your community by promoting idea-sharing, collaboration and participation. Maybe you’ll revive a forgotten city tradition? Advocate for prettier public spaces? Organize a voter registration drive? Host a town hall meeting on local arts funding? We’re supporting this month’s 30-Day Challenge on civic involvement by offering a $500 grant to fund the best idea. Whether you’re a hometown hero or the new kid on the block, we believe you have what it takes to stir your fellow citizens to action.

Submissions for the GOOD Citizenship challenge are open from February 1-22 (noon Pacific Time). Voting will be open from February 22-29, so get ready to rally your networks behind your project.

Submission tips:

  • Include a photo or video that represents your idea. For example: a logo, a photo related to your idea, or an inspirational video.
  • Photos should be in JPG, PNG, or GIF format, at least 572 × 346 pixels and no larger than 10MB.
  • Write at least 3-5 sentences that explain how the $500 award will enable you to implement your idea.
  • Email us at with any questions.

Rules & Regulations

  • This Challenge is open for submissions from February 1 to February 22.
  • Submitted projects must be able to be activated with $500. Let us know how you’re going to put this money to work!
  • Projects will be featured on this page and public voting will be open from February 22 to February 29.
  • The project with the most votes will receive $500 from the GOOD Fund.
  • Please note, applications must not involve political advocacy – acts and intentions to advance a particular political party, candidate or to support lobbying for any particular party, candidate and/or cause, or to expand membership or to encourage membership for a particular political party, candidate or lobbying effort.
  • Read all the rules.

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I do not necessarily like that your contests are decided by number of votes. I think that it takes making a difference and turns it into a popularity contest opposed to a contest that is based on merit. The average person will vote for their friend over a stranger. I think that you should have it be a mix of outside judges and/or a voting system

by bethy25
almost 4 years ago | Reply

We can change our government by simply Changing The Rule of Politics. Read more at

In today's world,the word freedom is an oxymoron,What it really means is Free-Dumb. Laws that take away our real freedom,which millions of soldiers have died for and small business have suffered because of.

by Armond
about 4 years ago | Reply

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Submission Began
Wednesday, February 01

Submission Ended
Wednesday, February 22
at 12:00 PM PST

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Voting Began
Wednesday, February 22

Voting Ended
Wednesday, February 29
at 12:00 PM PST

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Winner Announced
Wednesday, February 29

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