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NAHRO What Home Means to Me Poster Contest

Annual What Home Means to Me Poster Contest Kicks Off!

NAHRO is looking for the next 13 young artists to feature in the 2023 calendar. Applications for the contest are now online! Click here for more information. Our youth are invited to enter. Questions on the process or how to enter? Call our office at 870-542-6464 or click here to send an email.

Since 2008, this contest has recognized the amazing art of children who live in affordable housing across the country. Each piece of art visually shares the child's thoughts on what their home means to them. Each year, hundreds of children, ages 5-18, participate in the contest. Their heartfelt messages about their homes underscore the importance of the work that Housers and community development professionals do.

We want our Resident Youth to participate. Please call our office or email to let us know you need assistance securing art supplies.

Click here for more details, rules, and how to enter the contest.

What Home Means to Me 2022 Calendar

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