Richmond residents are now invited to cast their vote for this year’s ERASE Bullying Poster Contest.
Each year,Richmond students aged five to 18 are called upon to show their creative side while spreading awareness of how to eliminate bullying in an annual poster contest. This year’s theme is “create connection.”
Entries are expected to draw the audience in and demonstrate how “Richmond is a respectful, safe, caring and connected community that values individual differences.”
Entries were collected in October and November and five finalists were selected. View the entries and vote online by 5 p.m. on Dec. 10 here.
The winning poster will be reproduced and launched throughout the community, online and on social media to promote Pink Shirt Day on Feb. 27, 2019. The winner will also receive a $100 prize.
Help choose the winning poster design for the 2019 ERASE bulling campaign. Voting ends at 5pm on Mon. Dec. 10. See the five fantastic finalists here: https://t.co/tES9rMS4vh. #RichmondBC #SD38 https://t.co/aRnsQnD4pl— City of Richmond (@Richmond_BC) November 30, 2018