Juvenile Arthritis Research need some new Thank You cards, which they send to businesses and organisations that have supported their work, and are calling on children and young people to help!
They are hosting a competition to design their new Thank You cards, with two amazing judges to help them pick the best designs from each of the three age categories, and some great prizes to be won!
The competition is open to anyone aged 3-15 years, and entrants are encouraged to simply draw or paint their design on a plain piece of A4 paper. Entries should be sent, along with a completed entry form, to Juvenile Arthritis Research by email by 7 November 2020 - full details are available on their website at bit.ly/JARart
There will be three winners – one from each age category - and at least one of the winning three designs to be printed as cards.
The age categories are:
- Age 3-6 years
- Age 7-10 years
- Age 11-15 years
A whopping 30 runners-up will also be randomly drawn from all entries, and each will win one book from the prize collection!
Judges artist Sarah Maycock, and musician Tom Williams, say “We’re looking for colourful, exciting, and engaging designs to help Juvenile Arthritis Research say thank you to their supporters. Make sure they are clear and easy to see. If you include any words, make sure they are nice and big. Be bold, be brave, but most of all have fun!”
Full details, including terms and conditions and details of the amazing prizes on offer, are available from bit.ly/JARart
Around 1 in 1,000 children and young people have an autoimmune condition known as juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). This causes inflammation in their joints, leading to pain, discomfort and loss of mobility. Without effective treatment, it can lead to permanent joint damage. Juvenile Arthritis Research are a charity working towards a cure for juvenile idiopathic arthritis, raising awareness that children and young people get arthritis, and providing support to children and their families.
The competition is open to all children aged 3-15, whether they have JIA or not.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Juvenile Arthritis Research, on Wednesday 14 October, 2020. For more information subscribe and follow https://pressat.co.uk/