The Kids In Need Foundation, a not for profit that provides free school supplies to kids who need them nationwide, have teamed up with Duck Tape to celebrate their 20th birthday in a sweet way! A cupcake themed contest!
Are you creative? Then this contest is perfect for you. All you need to do is submit an original cupcake themed pattern which you have hand drawn or created digitally using your computer.
Prize: $5000 and a chance to have your design featured on a limited edition roll of Duck Tape.
Contest Ends: August 3rd, 2015
Winner Announced: August 12, 2015
Enter Here: http://duckbrand.com/kidsinneed
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More About The Kids in Need Foundation
The Kids In Need Foundation is a national 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 1995. The Foundation’s mission is to prepare children to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies to students most in need. Its National Network of Resource Centers includes 34 facilities where teachers from low-income schools go to obtain free school supplies for their students. School supply giveaways in communities not served by Resource Centers are accommodated through the School Ready Supplies program, and students who have gone through natural disasters are helped to get back to their normal routines with new backpacks and supplies through the Second Responder program. In addition, two Teacher Grant programs award preK-12 educators with funding to provide innovative learning experiences for students.
The Kids In Need Foundation has distributed more than $550 million in school supplies since its founding, directly benefiting 3.6 million students and more than 120,000 teachers annually, and has awarded $1.5 million in grants to teachers.
Kids In Need has earned the Gold GuideStar Exchange Seal, demonstrating its commitment to transparency, and has consistently received high ratings from Charity Navigator, indicating that it operates in a fiscally responsible way and outperforms most other charities in America. For more information, visit www.kinf.org.