Elliott’s Jewelers Hosts Jewelry Design Contest to Benefit CASA

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Transform Your Child’s Art into Treasured Jewelry and Support CASA

HUNTSVILLE, Texas — Elliott’s Jewelers, in partnership with CASA of Walker, San Jacinto, & Trinity Counties, has announced a unique jewelry design contest that will turn children’s artwork into one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, just in time for Mother’s Day. The contest, aimed at promoting creativity among children aged 5 to 12, will support the vital services provided by CASA, which advocates for children in the foster care system.

Participants can submit their child’s artwork for a chance to have it transformed into a custom jewelry piece valued at up to $2,500. The deadline for submissions has been extended to 5:00 pm on April 30, 2024, allowing more children to showcase their talents.

Art Submission Details

Artwork must be submitted along with a $5 entry fee per piece. Submissions can be made in person at the CASA office located at 2515 Pine Shadows Drive, open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Participants can also submit entries at the All About Kids Expo’s Jewelry Contest Booth. For those who prefer digital submission, artwork can be emailed to information@casaofwalkercounty.org, complete with a scanned copy of the artwork and required contact information.

The submission template below may be used.

Payment Options

For in-person submissions, cash is preferred, though checks made payable to “CASA of Walker County” are accepted. Participants can also use online payment methods including credit or debit cards through the GiveCentral platform, or Venmo payments directed to CASAWST, with the child’s name and age noted in the comment section.

Contest Terms and Privacy

The contest is open to children aged 5 to 12. All submitted artwork will become the property of CASA, which retains the right to use the images on social media and for other program uses, ensuring that confidential information remains private. The winners will be contacted by May 10 and will be featured in promotional photos showcasing their original artwork alongside the finished jewelry piece.

Benefitting a Good Cause

All proceeds from the contest will benefit CASA of Walker, San Jacinto, & Trinity Counties, supporting their mission to advocate for the best interests of children in the foster care system through legal and community support.

For additional information about the contest and submission guidelines, please visit CASA’s Jewelry Design Contest page. This contest not only offers a meaningful way to celebrate children’s creativity but also supports a critical cause, making it a win-win opportunity for the community.