Are you interested in winning up to $10,000 to implement a program in your community? We thought you might be! The Chaffin Luhana Foundation DRiver AWareness (“DRAW”) Challenge is designed to empower students to develop an effective, new message and awareness campaign that supports one of the Foundation’s missions – to drive down the staggering number of distracted driving accidents in the United States.
Students (individually or in groups of two), along with an adult mentor, are encouraged to submit a video (up to 90 seconds long) that offers real-world solutions to combat distracted driving, either locally or nationwide. Deadline for submissions is January 31.
Submissions will be judged initially by social media voting, and ultimately, by a panel of nationally recognized judges and stakeholders. The winners – the 2015 CLF DRAW Challenge Scholars – will be announced in February 2015.
Winners receive up to $10,000 to implement their program in their community, $2,000 scholarships and an all-expense paid trip to Park City, Utah to meet and ski with five-time Paralympics Medalist Stephani Victor and her Swiss-born husband and ski coach Marcel Kuonen.
Click here for more information about the contest.