RED RIBBON WEEK 2011'S NEW CONTEST:
"IT'S UP TO ME TO BE DRUG FREE"
- Students Can Win $1,000 for Their K-12 Schools
and an iPad 2 for themselves -
The 26th annual Red Ribbon Week features a new national contest this year: "It's Up to Me to Be Drug Free." Winners from ten region across the U.S. will receive $1,000 for their K-12 schools and an iPad 2 for themselves, from The National Family Partnership (NFP).
"As schools across America celebrate Red Ribbon Week this year, with this new contest students will take the message home," said Peggy Sapp, NFP's volunteer president and CEO of Informed Families. "By decorating their homes together, families carry the message to their communities." Recognized as the nation's oldest and largest drug prevention campaign, Red Ribbon Week reaches more than 80 million people nationwide every year from October 23-31.
How the contest works: Students (K-12) can enter from now through October 31 by decorating their homes together with their parents - mailboxes, front doors or fences. Parents (18 or older) can upload photos to www.redribbon.org/enter orwww.facebook.com/RedRibbonWeek
Disclaimer: This post is a PSA. I was not compensated in any way. I am not connected with the contest or any part of it.