2010 FACT Social Justice Challenge: 5 Winners Announced

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French American Charitable Trust logoThe French American Charitable Trust (FACT) Social Justice Challenge seeks to surface innovative Projects that leverage web and/or mobile technologies that foster collaboration around social justice issues.  The FACT Challenge's 90 innovative Projects were put to the community last week, the vote results selecting the 15 Featured Projects to receive development support and move on to the round of expert judges for final selection. From those 15, a panel of expert judges selected the 5 Winners to receive cash awards for continued development of their projects.

FACT Challenge 5 Winners

All FACT Social Justice Winners will receive a cash award of $5,000 each and recognition on the NetSquared and FACT web sites.  In addition to direct financial support through the FACT Social Justice Award, FACT is generously supporting fund development assistance for all FACT Featured Projects.  This assistance will connect winning Projects with fundraising experts and guidance to help them move towards increased investments and greater community impact.

FACT is committed to addressing the fundamental inequalities and injustices in our society by helping develop and sustain networks of community-based groups in the U.S. and France that educate, organize, and empower people to actively participate in developing public policies that directly affect their lives.

Learn more about the FACT Challenge and explore all the Projects that participated.