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FAACT's 'Every Morsel Counts' Poster Contest
All elementary-aged students from kindergarten through sixth grade who have food allergies or are siblings of children with food allergies, are invited to participate in FAACT’s ‘Every Morsel Counts’ Poster Contest in honor of Food Allergy Awareness Month, which is May 2021. This year’s theme is focused on ‘Eating Safely with Food Allergies’ and is based on three strategies for staying safe while enjoying scrumptious, allergen-safe foods;
- Ask Before Eating
- Learn How to Read A Label
- Call a Manufacturer
This contest allows children impacted by food allergies to showcase their creativity, talent, and desire to raise awareness of the importance of safe eating in their community by educating through art.
- Entry period is February 1 through March 15, 2021 (must be received by March 15 at 11:59 pm PST).
- One entry per child.
- The top five entries will be chosen by FAACT staff.
- A winner will be chosen from these top five by the community.
- Community voting will be open April 1-5, 2021 via FAACT’s Facebook page.
- The contest is open to children around the globe who are in Kindergarten through sixth grade, or the equivalent, and who have food allergies or are siblings of a child with food allergies.
- Entries must be original artwork.
- Contestants may use crayons, colored pens, paint, watercolor, markers, or pencils on an 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper (of any color).
- Entries must depict at least one, but may depict all three Every Morsel Counts’ strategies for safe eating: Ask Before Eating, Learn How to Read a Label, and Call a Manufacturer.
- Posters containing printed images, photographs, or trademarked art will be disqualified.
- Each entry must include a completed copy of the entry form.
Winning poster will be featured during Food Allergy Awareness Month on FAACT’s website and social media platforms.
Winner will receive ONE (1) FREE registration to attend FAACT’s Camp TAG (Winter or Summer Session), a framed certificate, and a special surprise gift.
Poster must be scanned and emailed as a .JPG or PDF, along with any questions, to Caroline.Moassessi@FoodAllergyAwareness.org.
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