NED wants to recognize the community service projects that your school is doing by hosting a challenge!
WIN A MINI-GRANT
We'll award one school with a $300 mini-grant to be applied to their next community service project.
1. If you’re doing a community service project at your school and share your experience with us, we’ll honor your project by sending you a NED award certificate for your community kindness!
2. If your school’s project demonstrates exceptional purpose, student involvement, and student learning, it could be featured on NED’s Keep Kindness Going Gallery on theNEDshow.com!
3. Every submission is in the running for the Keep Kindness Going Mini-Grant! After April 20th, we’ll consider each project for the mini-grant. To conclude the challenge, we’ll award one school a $300 mini-grant to be applied to its next community service project!
TAH DAH! Kindness Continues!
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PREVIOUS CONTEST WINNERS
Winners to be announced the week of Jan. 16-20!
A big round of applause is in order for all of our 2015 Design a NED Button Contest participants! We received nearly 3,000 entries from 32 states and 5 countries. The artwork was delightful, creative and varied from glitter to pasta to neon colors! The top 4 standouts:
Esteban, 3rd Grade
Dogwood School | Heber, CA
Lucas, 1st Grade
George Washington Elem. | Bethel Park, PA
Chris, Year 4
Pārāwai School | Thames, New Zealand
Nabiha, 5th Grade
PS 101K | Brooklyn, NY
A big thank you to all who entered this challenge!
Check out the entries (and the winners) in our
This past fall The NED Show invited students across the nation to participate in a special “Show Your NED Spirit” contest. In response, we received a delightful batch of videos that included cheers, raps, dances, and songs. After careful deliberation, we selected three ‘NED Spirit’ videos to publicly honor as our winners!
Drum roll please…
The NED Cup Song
Our Grand Prize goes to the students of Ellis Elementary in Logan, UT! Advised by Greg Cox, these students created an inspiring video that tells others the way to live life according to the NED principals. As part of their prize, these students won a NED item for every student in their school!
Congratulations to everyone who took part in creating this prize winning NED video! To discover why this NED song could easily be the best minute of your entire week, press play!
We’re also excited to recognize two more entries as Honorable Mentions!
Students of Kaechele Elementary in Glen Allen, VA created a three part rap that shares the message of NED. This clever rap talks about seeing jobs through, cooperating, and all the fun that comes by doing our best. Congrats to Karen Shaia and her students for being selected as an Honorable Mention!
Our final Honorable Mention goes the impressive squad of students from Rice Elementary in Tyler, TX. These creative students formed a NED Cheer that sounds off the acronym in a way that will leave you cheering for NED for hours upon hours!Thanks to Diana Koop for submitting this cheer, and congrats to all the cheering students at Rice!