PhyreWorks Kuching, Malaysia Organization type: hybrid Project Stage: Start-Up Budget: $1,000 - $10,000 Arts & culture Education Mentorship Youth development Youth leadership Social work Volunteerism Project SummaryElevator Pitch Concise Summary: Help us pitch this solution! Provide an explanation within 3-4 short sentences. I want to form a youth group of empowered youths that dream and take action to create and impact in the world. By empowering them with the empowerment series. There is more to come but lets start from here. About Project Problem: What problem is this project trying to address? I need a small grant to fund my activities such as the Empowerment Series where I bring in industry leaders, experts, movers and shakers to share with youths their life and career experiences. Inspire to aspire. I would like to able to build an empowered youth group to promote self awareness, growth and volunteerism. My goal is to reach out to 100 youths to participate in the youth group this year. Solution: What is the proposed solution? Please be specific! I find that many youths in the society I live in are not motivated, have little dreams and ambitions and also a narrow perspective. I want to educate them and motivate them to dream, aspire and also to have a wider perspective of the world. I want to hold a series of sharing sessions called the Empowerment Series to make it happen. Inspire to aspire. Impact: How does it Work Example: Walk us through a specific example(s) of how this solution makes a difference; include its primary activities. With the Empowerment Series I will be able to create awareness and empower youths to dream and act. A youth group will also be established to further mentor them to grow steadily. The result will be a group of awesome youths ready to create an impact. Sustainability Marketplace: Who else is addressing the problem outlined here? How does the proposed project differ from these approaches? No one is doing it in a large scale consistently. I would like to challenge that. Printer-friendly versionDownload PDF Comments If you could empower one youth to take a stand and make a change in the community for the better. How about 100 youths?