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What's This Refresh Project About? Watch This Video

As you may know, GOOD has been helping with the Pepsi Refresh Project, an initiative to award grant money (and the amount of money involved is...


As you may know, GOOD has been helping with the Pepsi Refresh Project, an initiative to award grant money (and the amount of money involved is no joke) to people with world-improving ideas, so they can make them a reality. It's interesting to be involved in such an innovative and, frankly, daring move by such a big company.

Of course, Pepsi is interested in making sure people know what they're up to, so we made this video, which explains how the program works, looks at a few of the people it's helped, and features some of the folks from GOOD who have been working on it.


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdrF7qeQDdU

If you have a good idea and would like some money to get it off the ground, you can apply for a grant at the Pepsi Refresh Project.

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