End Family Fire Scholarship Competition

The End Family Fire Scholarship Competition has the aim to give students a chance to make a difference through the power of creativity and storytelling.

Being that the number of accidents happening due to the improper storage of guns at home, the reason for starting this initiative is to prevent family fire and the End Family Fire Scholarship Competition is there to raise the awareness that everything is in the gun owner’s hands.



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If you think about the prize, we have to mention that there will be two winners, one from high school and one from college.

The award amount is a $5,000 scholarship each to be used for college, university, or trade school tuition, fees and other educational supplies.

The End Family Fire Scholarship Competition winning videos will be announced in August and the Ad Council will distribute their winning videos nationally across a variety of channels.

Also, the winning high school submission will be shown at the All-American High School Film Festival in New York City.

Who's eligible?

The eligible applicants are high school and college-aged students who are able to create a video which will speak directly to adults and through this video he/she would bring awareness to the issue of family fire, which refers to a shooting involving an improperly stored or misused gun found in the home, which will have a death or injury as a consequence.

Through this video young people will promote safe gun storage so as to prevent future family fire tragedies and they are offered the opportunity to make a difference on a national level.

How to Apply

So as to apply for this award you will have to create a video and if it includes other people, the applicant must have permission from all individuals to use their name, voice and/or image.

The applicants are required to review the official rules and ensure they meet the eligibility requirements to participate in the competition prior to submitting their entry.

Students who are under the age of 18 must obtain parent or guardian permission.

Video submissions are due on June 16 and the winning entries will be announced in late July.

The applicants are asked to submit all applications via the entry submission form at bit.ly/EFFscholarship.

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