Kids, it’s time to break out the crayons for a worthy cause! Children in grades kindergarten through sixth grade are eligible to submit original artwork depicting the vision of the Komen organization – ‘A World Without Breast Cancer’.
One winner will be selected to be featured on the cover and in the month of October in the Kids for the Cure 2013 fundraising calendar. Eleven other winners will also be selected for the other months of the year. The winning artwork will be judged on Most Original, Most Creative and Most Impactful Message.
This is a great way to get your children actively involved in Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and introduce them to the concept of fundraising for a cause that impacts the lives of so many - but, entries are to be postmarked by October 5, so time is running out!
More information can be found at www.komenlouisville.org.
Photo: Shutterstock/ Judy Kennamer
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