SD launch junior trust members Christmas card design competition


Supporters Direct are launching a Christmas Card Design Competition in the build up to Christmas 2018.  We are calling for all junior members of all supporters’ trust to submit a design to win a chance of appearing on this years SD Christmas card.

The competition is designed to engage all junior members of trusts and encourage them to think about their voice as a sports supporter.

We are asking all trusts to get involved with this campaign in some way and all designs must be submitted to the trust by the 16th November and the trust must send these on to the SD head office before the deadline of 19th November.

The competition can be run online by asking your junior members to submit a picture using the SD template or by holding a design day before a match in October/November. (Please ensure you read the note regarding the template below and which part you need to direct the kids to design in)

All designs will be judged by a panel made up of SD staff and England and Wales council members and the winning design will be used on this year’s SD Christmas card.  The winning child will receive a pack of ten cards and a winter gift and the trust will receive 100 cards to use as they wish.

A toolkit, downloadable here, is being provided to all trusts to promote and run the competition, the toolkit contains a video, poster and social media banner to use through the competition along with the #SDChristmas2018.

If you have any questions about the competition please feel free to contact deborah.dilworth@supporters-direct.org.  

NOTE ON TEMPLATE:
The artists can draw all the way to the edges but important items (like wording) must stay within the white rectangular or before the quiet zone (marked in a thick blue edge). 
The green lines are fold and cut lines. 
The right-hand side page of the first double page is where the front of the card is and right hand side page of the second double page is where the insert/message would normally be displayed. 


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