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Child Month Logo Competition

Notice Board 03/05/2017

Aspiring young graphic designers, ages four-to-18 years old, are invited to enter the Department of Children and Family Services’ (DCFS) Child Month Logo Competition. The contest running now through to Friday, 19 May 2017 is being held to promote the Child Safeguarding Campaign to be used within the Cayman Islands. According to the rules, all logo entries must not be less than 81/2” x11” and must be no larger than 11”x17”. Logos can be hand drawn or a combination of photos and illustrations.

All submissions should describe any of the following child protection themes: Building a protective environment for all children; preventing and responding to violence, mistreatment, neglect and abuse of children or promoting children’s rights.

Entries must be dropped off at the Department of Children and Family Services office at 7 Genesis Close, George Town by no later than 5pm of the deadline date.

A panel of judges will review the entries to select a winner. For further information on the competition or any of the other Child Month activities please contact dcfs@gov.ky or visit the DCFS’ Facebook page.

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