Oct 052012
 

This post brought to you by Aviva Community Fund. All opinions are 100% mine.

Life is blessed with lots of wonderful opportunities. It is up to us whether to grab it or just let it surpass. You know folks, when I found out the news about Aviva Community Fund I am challenged to deliver the news to my online readers. The news is they have an awesome opportunity for the people in Canada.

To start with, allow me first to discuss with you about Aviva Community Fund. It is an annual charitable activation, funded by Aviva Insurance with the goal of helping to influence positive change in local communities. Any persons who have an idea as to how they can positively influence their neighborhood are fortified to submit their respected ideas, tell their friends, family and neighbors and let community participate the voting. This wonderful chance to take the good change in a certain community is so valuable to me because I want it to pass until to the next generation, to make their life better.

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Well, in order for your ideas to be qualified, get selected and then get funded, of course you have to follow the contest guidelines. You shouldn’t feel worry about the rules because they are so easy to follow. So to be eligible, you must have to follow the guidelines as mentioned below:

  • Create a change that positively impacts your community.
  • Be able to implement using $150,000.00 or less.
  • Be well underway by Dec. 31, 2013
  • Be submitted in one Canada’s two official languages, English or French.

To read the rest of the contest guideliness and if you need further details, I am suggesting you to visit Aviva Community Fund contest page.

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