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GOOD Boulder Fund

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Ever interested in opportunities for our local community, we spotted this one and wanted to share it.

GOOD (magazine, website, etc) is launching “GOOD Boulder” with an opportunity for a $1500 project prize. We know that’s not a lot of money, but nonetheless, how often do these open application funds come around?

Here’s a bit from their site:

If you’re working on—or are a fan of—a project that is good for our city and needs funding, submit here, shout it from the social rooftops, and get some money to help. Projects can be submitted with a written description, an image or YouTube video and are accepted from individuals, groups or an organization. Once projects are submitted, rally your colleagues and friends to get behind your effort and join the GOOD community in deciding which is most deserving of $1,500.

For more info and rules, check out the GOOD Boulder page on the GOOD site. What’s GOOD?

GOOD is a collaboration of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits pushing the world forward. Since 2006 we’ve been making a magazine, videos, and events for people who give a damn.

Even if you don’t submit a project, voting will be open later in September. If you do submit an idea, keep us posted!

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