An opportunity for young people to express gratitude and a chance to raise $100 for a favorite charity

 

In this season of Giving Thanks, we have a contest for students, ages 9 to 15.  It’s an opportunity for young people to express their own gratitude and also a chance to help out their favorite charity.  We want to hear what they are grateful for and why.  It doesn’t need to be particularly long, but within a range of about 100 to 300 words.  It may be a person, or an organization, a particular set of circumstances, a gift, a gesture, something that others take for granted……you name it-we want to hear what your kids are grateful for–in their own words.

Submissions can me emailed to editorial@summitseriesforfamilies.com with the words What I am Grateful For in the subject line.  Participants need to include their name, age, and city and a contact email for their parent or guardian.

Submission are due by Tuesday December 6 and we’ll post as many responses as space permits.  And in keeping with our commitment to supporting organizations that help families, everyone who enters will be entered into a random drawing.  The winner gets to select their favorite charity and we’ll make a $100 donation on their behalf.

We look forward to reading and posting the responses!

 

 

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