Now through September 15, 2014, TWIG of Nationwide Children’s Hospital invites kids 16 years and younger to submit holiday artwork for the 2014 Holiday Cards Contest. Each year, TWIG selects pieces of children’s artwork and creates holiday cards, which are then sold to raise money for the hospital.
Young artists may submit original, holiday-themed drawings or paintings by mailing it to:
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation
Attn: TWIG Holiday Card Contest
700 Children’s Drive
Columbus, OH 43205
Along with the artwork, artists should submit the following information with their entry – artist name and age, parent/guardians’ name(s), mailing address, phone number and email address. If the artist is a former or current patient of Nationwide Children’s, please make sure to include that in the entry along with a brief story. It is not necessary for the artist to be a patient in order to enter the contest.
This year, four winning entries will be selected and notified by September 19, 2014. All non-winning entries can be picked up from Nationwide Children’s Foundation after that date. The winning entries will be reproduced and available for sale beginning November 1, 2014 at NationwideChildrens.org/TWIG.
Please note: no compensation is given to winning entries. For questions, please contact Cynthia Laux at Cynthia.Laux@nationwidechildrens.org.
About TWIG of Nationwide Children’s Hospital
TWIG of Nationwide Children’s Hospital are groups of women throughout central Ohio who dedicate their time and talent in support of the hospital. Since their inception in 1916, TWIG has raised more than $27 million to support patient care, education and research at Nationwide Children’s. The women of TWIG believe in the mission of providing the highest quality care to all children and families regardless of their ability to pay. Today, more than 800 active members are working to continue the TWIG legacy through a variety of fundraising efforts including the annual TWIG Bazaar, the sale of holiday cards and greetings program, BIA Parade of Homes, the Women’s Division of The Memorial Tournament and the many projects and events coordinated by more than 70 individual TWIG groups throughout central Ohio.