Food for Thought Scholarship is presenting a 2,000 CAD scholarship via Student Awards for students who attend any high school, college, or university in Canada.
Eligibility and Requirements
The opportunity to Win Food For Thought Scholarship is available only to those who sign up at the online competition page or through Mail-In Entry, who are students or their parents who are up to 16 years and presently enrolled students who are excellent at any institution in Canada.
The competition is exclusively open to legal citizens of Canada who live in any area or territory in Canada (except Quebec) and is void where restricted by law. Workers of 55 Rush Inc., the parent organization of Student Life Network their individual companions, associates, advertising and promotion agencies, suppliers, and their close family members or those living in the same home each is not qualified to partake in the competition. The competition is subject to all relevant federal, regional or territorial, and local laws and restrictions. Void where restricted.
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How To Apply Food for Thought Scholarship
Method One (Online Entry and Registration)
The competition must be documented online utilizing the Competition Admission Form on the Contest Site. To Complete the CE Form competitors must decide to allow SLN to transfer their enrollment components with the Sobeys Capital Incorporated, and click enter to agree to the contest regulations.
Once the CE Form is done, the contestant will then click on submit. The contestant will then be enlisted with the competition and obtain 1 entry. Unfinished CE Forms or CE Forms with incorrect information will be considered null and will be disqualified.
Only totally completed CE Forms with valid information obtained by the Sponsor’s servers during the Contest Time will be taken for admission into this competition. 1 additional Contest Admission may be achieved by responding to the question on the CE form for a maximum of 2 possible entries into the contest.
Admissions must complete all contest requirements, as defined, to be qualified to win a reward. Admissions that are not finished or do not stick to the laws or specifications may be disqualified under the sole control of The Sponsor. Applicants may not enroll more times than suggested by using numerous email addresses, identities, or devices in an endeavor to avoid the rules.
If you use dishonest methods or otherwise try to avoid the rules your proposal may be withdrawn from eligibility at the sole choice of The Sponsor.
Method Two – Mail-In Entry – No Purchase Necessary:
If a contestant does not desire to apply online, the contestant may: print their first name, last name, telephone number, email address full mailing address (including postal code), and autograph on a plain white paper and send it in an envelope with adequate postage to the Sponsor, at:
Contest Administrator, 301-312 Adelaide St. W., Toronto, ON M5V 1R2 Attn: Chance to Win Food For Thought Scholarship.
Upon receipt and verification of a competitor’s full entry appeal by these Rules, the contestant will obtain 2 entries into the Contest.
The Sponsor will not be liable for any lost, stolen, diverted, unclear, vandalized, misdirected, inadequate postage, late, or destroyed mail-in Contest admission requests.
There is a sum of 1 Prize open to be won consisting of 1,000 dollars in gift cards for one of the following shops: Safeway, Sobeys, Foodland in Ontario, Foodland and Participating Co-ops in Atlantic, IGA, FreshCo./FreshCo. Chao!, and 1 cheque worth CAD 1,000.
Deadline and Opening Dates
Applications will be accepted online starting on March 27, 2023, and finishing on September 30, 2023, at 11:59:59 PM ET. All online applications must be obtained by September 30, 2023, 11:59:59 PM ET.