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Helen Barrett Bright Ideas

Fill in the form below, being sure to complete all required fields. All applicants should provide supporting information (photos, links to websites, portfolios, business plans) and preferably a 2 minute video pitch but if this isn’t possible you can submit a written pitch of no more than 1000 words, which you can email to us at HelenBarrettAward@cysticfibrosis.org.uk. Be creative and think about what you want our judges to know about your idea to make it stand out from the crowd!

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Are you eligible to work in the UK?

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Are you currently:
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Tell us about yourself - for example, you might want to share some details about your life/education so far, your hobbies and interests or particular challenges you have faced because of cystic fibrosis (up to 300 words):
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Tell us about your Bright Idea - use this section to inspire our panel of judges, but remember to keep it under 300 words long!:
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Submitting a video

To bring your Bright Idea to life, you're encouraged to submit a two-minute video to helpline@cysticfibrosis.org.uk
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How much financial support are you applying for? Grants are usually between £250 and £2500 but can be up to £5000
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Submitting business plans and portfolios

You're encouraged to submit supporting information, such as photos, business plans and portfolios, to helpline@cysticfibrosis.org.uk.:
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