The Nat Geo Slingshot Challenge is a global challenge for youth ages 13-18 that is supported by the National Geographic Society (NGS) and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation (PGAFF). The challenge aims to identify and support the next generation of problem-solvers, advocates, and stewards of the planet.
This challenge helps young people use their voice, their talents, and ingenuity to create solutions to tackle environmental issues. The REACH Foundation's goal is to connect with interested students, provide tailored support and help students achieve their goal in the Slingshot Challenge.
If you are an interested student or a science teacher, click on the register button and join the Challenge to Slingshot our Planet forward.
As parents, we understand that education unlocks the door to a future filled with possibilities. We encourage families to learn and work together outdoors in nature. In doing so, we plant the seeds that will encourage our children to grow into young adults who are knowledgeable, creative and skilled. They will be prepared to discover, advocate, and implement solutions to improve our world.