Would you like to make the world a better place in 2017?

Buckinghamshire residents are being given the chance to receive £1,000 to do their bit to put community projects and ideas into action, and change the world for the better in 2017, thanks to organic skin and haircare brand Green People.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 24th February 2017, 9:33 am
Updated Tuesday, 28th February 2017, 11:49 am
Professor Alice Roberts
Professor Alice Roberts

Green People, which is celebrating its 20th year of driving positive difference in the beauty, is being supported by renowned anatomist, author and broadcaster, and their official science communication advisor and brand ambassador, Professor Alice Roberts.

Green People’s national campaign ‘Change the World in 20 Ways’ aims to uncover individuals or groups from across the UK with great ideas for making a positive difference to the community around them – however small it might be – and Buckinghamshire residents are invited to take part.

Whether it’s trying to get a charity project off the ground, starting a free-to-attend yoga class or perhaps sprucing up a local urban area, Green People wants to hear from people with their ideas and why they deserve to receive £1,000 towards their project.

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Commenting on the campaign, Alice said:“This is a chance for people to think of a way they’d like to make a positive change - and to get some support to make that dream a reality. I’m delighted to be helping Green People in their quest to spread around some positivity and inspire people to change the world for the better.”

To be in with a chance of receiving £1,000, Buckinghamshire residents simply need to submit their ideas, along with a breakdown of how they would spend the funds, no later than Monday 31st July 2017 by emailing [email protected] Entries can also be sent by post. Full details along with terms and conditions can be found on Green People’s websitewww.greenpeople.co.uk/change.