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Getting to the Finals

Here’s how it works at the different funding levels:


Project funding level Voting and judging results Voting takes place between 9am on 21 October and midday on 18 November 2016 Judges' results are announced on 10 January 2017
£ 1,000 30 awards for the highest voted broker-submitted projects (in any category)
No judging round
30 awards for the highest voted adviser-submitted projects (in any category)
No judging round
300 more awards for the highest voted projects from all remaining entries (in any category)
No judging round
£ 5,000 54 finalists - top 3 broker-submitted projects in each category in each income band become finalists
1 award in each category and each income band
54 finalists - top 3 adviser-submitted projects in each category in each income band become finalists
1 award in each category and each income band
144 more finalists: highest-voted projects from all other entries(top 8 in each category in each income band)
2 awards in each category and each income band
£ 10,000 18 finalists - highest voted broker-submitted project in each category in each income band become finalists
2 awards in each category and each income band (regardless of category)
18 finalists - highest voted adviser-submitted project in each category in each income band become finalists
2 awards in each category and each income band (regardless of category)
72 more finalists: highest-voted projects from all other entries (top 4 in each category in each income band)
1 award in each category in each income band
£ 25,000 6 finalists - highest voted broker-submitted projects (top 2 in each income band, regardless of category) become finalists
2 awards
6 finalists highest voted adviser-submitted projects (top 2 in each income band, regardless of category) become finalists
2 awards
72 more finalists: highest-voted projects from all other entries (top 4 in each category in each income band)
1 award in each category in each income band

What is the Helping Hand Prize Draw?

The Helping Hand Prize Draw means that if you don’t win, you don’t need to lose heart. Any projects entered by an Aviva customer that don’t win funding will automatically be entered into the Helping Hand Prize Draw for a chance to receive one of 40 awards of £500.

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