As part of our campaign on ovarian cancer ‘See the Signs’, we have launched a new craftivism competition.
To enter, members are invited to make something that represents the WI’s ovarian cancer campaign and will help to spread awareness of the key signs to look out for.
There are no restrictions on the type of medium or materials you can use, but try to upcycle what you already have where you can. Entries will be judged by Nicky Amos, Chair of the NFWI Public Affairs Committee, and Gemma Hodgkiss, Communications Manager at gynae-oncology research charity GRACE.
The judges will consider the creativity of each entry and how well it communicates the key messages of the resolution.
The winning submission will be featured in a spring 2022 issue of WI Life, and across our social media channels. There will also be an online exhibition of submissions.
This competition is open to all WI members. You can submit an entry as an individual, on behalf of your WI or federation, or together with your local community.
Please submit a photo of your entry to the NFWI Public Affairs Department by email (email@example.com) or by post. You do not need to send the actual project. We would love to hear the story behind your artwork as well. Let us know what inspired you to create it, and the process you undertook to complete it.
The deadline for submissions is 31st January 2022.