2014 Doodle 4 Google encourages kids to share ideas on how to make the world better

Google is one of a few companies that loves being involved in all kinds of different projects, one of which is Doodle 4 Google. In 2013, through the initiative, the Mountain View-based company challenged kids to shoot for the stars and describe their best day -- the results, to say the least, were quite creative and heartwarming. This year's version of Doodle 4 Google takes on a whole new theme: "If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place..." On its blog, the Chrome maker says the idea is to have "young artists think and dream big," adding that this is all about "curiosity, possibility and imagination." Submissions are being accepted as we speak and will have to be in by March 20th; as was the case last year, the winner will be receiving a $30,000 college scholarship and $50,000 Google for Education tech grant for the triumphant kid's school. Even better, the chosen Doodle is set to be featured on the almighty page.

The 50 finalists, one from each US state, are going to be revealed on April 29th, after which Google will let the public decide which creation should take the highest honors and be crowned 2014 Doodle 4 Google champ. If you're interested in getting your little ones involved, then head over to this link here -- details on how to participate can be found there.