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Children With Cancer, a UK-based children’s charity, has recently launched its first photography competition. The theme is simply ‘Childhood’ and there are two categories for entrants: children (aged 16 years or under) and adults (aged 17 years or over). Each entry must be accompanied by a minimum donation of £5 for children and £10 for adults. The submission deadline is 3 August 2012. As always, we suggest that you read the terms and conditions before entering your work.
Children with Cancer UK Press Release
Picture childhood to help charity
A children’s cancer charity is hosting its first photography competition to raise funds to support its work.
People are being asked to take pictures on the theme childhood and email them to Children With Cancer to be in with a chance of winning.
There are two age categories, children aged 16 years or under, and adults aged 17 and over. Each entry must be accompanied by a minimum donation of £5 for children and £10 for adults.
The top prize in both categories is a day-long big cat photoshoot in Hertfordshire plus a £50 voucher for Jessops.
The five runners up in both categories will receive £50 Jessops vouchers and all 12 pictures will be used in the charity’s 2013 calendar.
To enter, people must complete an online form available at http://www.childrenwithcancer.org.uk in the “support us” section and follow directions for emailing photos and making a donation.
The competition closes at midnight on August 3. Winners will be notified by August 20.
Photo (c) Zoltán Árva-Tóth 2010-2012 - Not affiliated with Children With Cancer - Used here for illustration purposes only