In celebration of its tenth year as a company, Google has just launched the Project 10 to the 100th. The project aims to get the best project idea that would change the world by helping as many people as possible.
For this project, Google is putting out $10 million to fund up to five projects from suggestions and ideas that will be received by Google between now and until October 20.
The project idea should be anything about community, opportunity, energy, environment, health, education, shelter, and perhaps everything else, for as long as it aims to benefit the most number of people possible.
Preliminary announcement of the top 100 ideas selected by a group of Google employees will be held on January 27 2009. After that, these ideas will be up for voting/selecting by the public to narrow down the list into 27. Once the list has been narrowed down to 27, an advisory board composed of five to seven experts on the categories will choose the final five winners.
If you’ve got any golden ideas in mind with the aim of helping the masse, you may fill up the registration form and submit your ideas to Google.
Check out Google’s Project 10 to the 100th, for more details about the project and the call for ideas.