WWE and UNICEF have teamed up yet again on a new charity project. The two groups have come together on a Road to WrestleMania Sweepstakes project that will give four $2,000 grants to different schools. In a joint post, WWE and UNICEF announced that the program will be eligible to schools and education programs in the United States that work with students between grades 2 and 8, as long as they have at least five teachers signed up with currently active UNICEF Kid Power accounts.
The schools that enter the competition will have to produce 10 or more Kid Power Up videos between January 4th and April 1st. More information on UNICEF’s Kid Power Up videos can be found here.
The four winning schools of WWE and UNICEF’s Road to WrestleMania Sweepstakes partner project will receive the following as their reward:
- $2,000 grant to be used by the school to improve the school and/or community
- Recognition of school and teacher as a Community Champion
- Recognition by the WWE, UNICEF Kid Power and UNICEF USA
Calling all teachers and educators! Want to win a $2K grant to help improve your school or community? @WWECommunity is teaming up with @UNICEFKidPower this year for the #RoadtoWrestleMania38 Sweepstakes. Learn how to enter and sign up at https://t.co/OxTgtLtA4K. pic.twitter.com/dGAas2fwRm
— WWE (@WWE) January 11, 2022