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Winning Entries for the 2020 Essay/Video Contest

‘Inspire Like Churchill’ Essay/Video contest attracts nearly 600 entries

Nearly 600 entries were submitted for the ‘Inspire Like Churchill’ Essay/Video Contest. Entries came in from all around the world, including Bahrain, Haiti, Monaco, Taiwan, Norway, Armenia and Australia among others, with the majority of the entries coming in from North America and the United Kingdom.

Congratulations to all of the winners! The first prize and third prizes will be split between the tied winning entries.

Winning Entries

First Place Winners (Tie) – $5,000 to each of the nominated charities

United Kingdom
Nominated charitable organisation: Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
Watch Zac’s video here.

Delilah M
“In This Dark Hour”
New Jersey, United States
Age range, 14-18
Nominated charitable organisation: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Read Delilah’s entry here.

Second Place Winner – $2,500 to the nominated charity

Aaryan K
Chislehurst, Kent, United Kingdom
Age range, 13 or under
Nominated charitable organisation: Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough
Watch Aaryan’s entry here.

Third Place Winners (Tie) – $1,500 to each of the nominated charities

Michael R
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Nominated charitable organisation: St Paul’s Foundation, Vancouver BC
Watch Michael’s video here.

Lisa K
“Coronavirus came like an assassin in the night.”
Manchester, United Kingdom
Age range, 25-39
Nominated charitable organisation: Blue Skies – Blackpool Teaching Hospitals
Read Lisa’s entry here.

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