Keep cool in Luton thinking about Christmas – because the charity wants you to design its fundraising cards
It might be a little early to think about Christmas, but with temperatures reaching sweltering levels, it could be a welcome distraction from the heat!
Luton-based NOAH Enterprise has launched the competition, open to people of all ages, to design a Christmas card to help raise funds for the charity, which helps homeless people in the borough to get back on your feet.
And the winning designs will be turned into cards for sale this festive season.
The competition is divided into two age categories: 10 and under and 11 and over (including adults). The two chosen creations will be sold in NOAH charity shops to raise funds to support the homeless this winter.
David Morris, CEO of NOAH Enterprise, hopes the association’s backers will get involved and share their artistic talent.
He said: “We are delighted to be offering charity Christmas cards in our stores this year to help raise funds. After some thought, we decided to run a competition for the local community and our supporters to get involved and help design them. »
Entrants can submit a hand-drawn or digitally designed Christmas-themed image, which must be in A4 size. Please do not bend it.
Christmas card contest
NOAH Enterprise – Level 3
Remember to include your name, age, email address and contact number with your registration.
The competition deadline is July 31, 2022.