Have your kids draw why “life is good” for a chance to win a $2000 college scholarship and more!
Lifestyle brand Life is Good has been creating positive message apparel for 20 years, and your child could be the artist behind its next design. For their first nationwide t-shirt art contest, Life is Good is encouraging kids ages 3-12 to focus on the good and spread the power of optimism, by drawing why “life is good” to them for a chance to win a $2,000 college scholarship and receive a 3 month MyGym membership. Their design will be the next kid’s t-shirt to be sold exclusively on lifeisgood.com.
Every time kids draw and share “why life is good” $1 will be donated to support kids in need.
“The world today can be an intense, complex and challenging place – but as humans we have a choice to focus on what’s right in our lives rather than what’s wrong,” said John Jacobs Chief Creative Optimist & Life is Good co-founder. “The amazing thing about young kids is this comes naturally to them. Our goal with this contest is to celebrate and inspire that raw sense of optimism, to remind people of the simple things that make life good, while also raising money to help kids overcome poverty, violence and illness.”
Here’s how to participate:
- Download an entry form
- Have your kids (ages 3 through 12) hand draw what makes life good for them
- Then scan or snap a photo to share on Instagram using #LifeisGoodbecause. OR, you can submit it on the website.
- Entries will be accepted through April 29th, 2016
- Entrants’ art will be shared in an ever-growing gallery of inspiration
- THREE grand prize winners will have their drawing featured on Life is Good t-shirts (with net profits donated to support kids in need) and be awarded a $2,000 scholarship as part of the prize package.
Also check out Life is Good’s new 2016 Kids Collection. The tees are made with 100% USA grown cotton, look to be super soft and feature double-needle stitching. There are 24 designs, and if I am being very honest I’m a little irritated the astronaut “Dream On” is only available in a boy’s cut. I especially love the options for toddlers, though.