The Dove Self-Esteem Project Competition supports schools UK-wide, in creating a positive and purposeful campaign around the issues of body confidence and self-esteem. With thanks to Dove, young people and school groups across the UK, now have the chance to be awarded up to £750 to turn their ideas into action.

Open to students aged 13-18 years old across the UK, the Dove Self-Esteem Project Competition invites students to submit an application demonstrating how they want to take action on an issue relating to body image and self-esteem. Successful applicants will each be awarded up to £750 to use towards their initiative.

Body image and self-esteem initiatives can include but are not limited to: fundraising campaigns, awareness-raising campaigns, attitude changing initiatives, and design ideas that solve a problem related to body image and self-esteem.

Successful applicants will win a grant of up to £750 as well as the opportunity to attend WE Day UK 2020.

Students may apply as a group or as an individual and can submit their own applications, but they must have the support of a lead teacher at their school. Teachers may apply on behalf of a student, group or school.

Applications close on Friday 20 December 2019. Successful applicants will be contacted by Monday 20 January 2020.

For more information, read our FAQs below or email [email protected] To read our terms and conditions of the Dove Self-Esteem Project Competition, please click here.

Dove are committed to ensuring that the next generation grows up enjoying a positive relationship with the way they look. Together, WE and Dove believe that no young person should be held back from reaching their full potential. Since 2004, Dove have been campaigning to build self-esteem in young people—and by 2020, they will have helped 40 million people through their educational programmes.

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