Google's Project 10^100 ("Project 10 to the 100th") calls for ideas to change the world, in the hope of helping as many people as possible.
How? Fill out the submission form, outlining your idea. You can supplement your proposal with a 30-second video.
In January, Google will post a selection of one hundred ideas and ask the public to choose twenty semi-finalists. After that, an advisory board will select up to five final ideas.
Google committing $10 million to implement these projects, with the goal to help as many people as possible.
The submission can be on topics like community, environment, health, education, or anything else.
While I scan the Internet regularly for innovative ideas in the area of development and aid, this is the first time I came across Project 10^100 (found it thanks to WorldChanging). So I almost missed the occasion: the deadline for submission on Oct 20th, so if you want to change the world, you have two days left.