Photo Essay Contest for Grade 7-12 Students

Generation No Kid Hungry
Photo Essay Contest

The challenge: Through an essay of 500-800 words and 3-5 original photographs, address the problem of childhood hunger in the United States. How does childhood hunger affect the lives of teens and children either from your own life or the lives of others where you live? Your essay can be whatever you want it to be: personal, persuasive, objective, political. Use the photographs effectively to help deliver the message or tell the story you want to tell.  Contest ends on October 25, 2015.  Click here for more information.  Contacts: Kristy McNally or Erin Comfort

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