And the winner is...
Congratulations to Angel Gowns Australia, the winner of Round 2! Like to try your chances for Round 3? Submit your dream now.
Sunsuper announcement 26/06/2015
The Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World program offers a $150,000 annual grant pool. There are four rounds this year and grants are awarded to finalists and winners in each round. At the end of the year, the four round winners compete for the grand final grants totalling $70,000.
(Jan - Sep):
Sport & community
(Entries close 31 July 2015)
Round 4 (Jan - Dec): Environment & animals (Entries close 31 October 2015)
Getting through to the grand final is all about the quality of your entry, so dream big. Your aim is to get the attention of the judges, so be different, be creative, and support your entry with photos and video.
Winning your round relies on drumming up as many votes as you can. So use your social networks to get everyone you know voting for your dream. Like some tips from past winners? Check out this video:
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Tell us about your dream to help an Australian-based charity, community group or not-for-profit organisation make a real difference in the community. Use photos or shoot a video, and give your dream every chance of winning.
Every quarter, the judges will choose three finalists, who will each be awarded a $5,000 grant.
The quarterly finalist with the most valid votes from the public wins another $5,000 and progresses to the grand final.
Winners from each round attend the Grand Final Awards Night where the annual winner is announced. Each of the four grand finalists will receive an additional grant of up to $25,000.