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Global Legacy Awards

Celebrating and supporting young leaders making a difference.

We are committed to supporting the next generation of young leaders from across the globe. 

The 25Under25 Global Legacy Awards celebrate our amazing Legacy Alumni and the ways they are making a difference in their communities and organizations.

The Global Legacy 25Under25 winners will receive:

  • Recognition via the 25Under25 awards ceremony
  • £500 to continue with the great social impact work they are doing
  • One-to-one mentoring session with a senior leader
  • A 25Under25 certificate and digital badge that can be added to LinkedIn or your CV
  • Global and local recognition across Common Purpose networks and social media channels
  • Invitation to speak on future Legacy programmes, inspiring another generation of young leaders

Is this the right Award for you?

Are you working to make a difference in your organization or community? The 25Under25 Global Legacy Awards recognises inspiring leadership and action for impact.

The scope for this award is broad – you might be working on an environmental/climate programme, helping to increase access for under-represented groups, managing or leading a campaign.

There are so many ways your efforts can make a difference for others! 

Regardless of scale – if your work is about making a difference and creating a legacy for changewe'd love to hear from you! 

Discover our 2022 Winners

Listen to the stories of our past recipients and discover the impact they are making in their worlds .

Submit a nomination

Applications may be made by the nominee or by an individual who is familiar with their work.

What will the judges be looking for?
  1. Detail about the project or work you are involved in, and what your role is
  2. How is your work making a difference in your organization or community?
  3. What legacy are you creating?
Eligibility Criteria
  • Must be an alumnus of a Common Purpose Legacy programme 
  • Must have been 18-25 when completed their Legacy programme