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CCHD Multimedia Youth Contest Text Announcements

 

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CCHD Multimedia Youth Contest for Schools and Parishes

Each year, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops offers a Multimedia Youth Contest to help schools and parishes engage youth in learning about the root causes of poverty and the Church's response. Youth in grades 7-12 learn about poverty in the U.S., its causes, Catholic social teaching, and the work of Catholic groups to address poverty. Youth will then work to educate others through creative work of any medium (e.g. video, song, painting, drama, poetry, etc.). Dioceses judge entries locally and then send top entries to the national contest by March 31. The grand prize winner receives $500 plus a matching grant for a CCHD Funded anti-poverty organization and a trip to a national conference. Second and third place prizes may also be awarded. National winners' schools receive gift certificates from RCL Benziger, publisher of Catholic religious education materials for schools, parishes and families. The Multimedia Youth Contest is sponsored by the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), the domestic, anti-poverty program of the U.S. Catholic bishops, and receives support from RCL Benziger. Learn more at www.usccb.org/youthcontest!

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CCHD Multimedia Youth Contest for Schools and Parishes

The annual Multimedia Youth Contest is organized by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). It is a tool for schools and parishes to engage Catholics in grades 7 through 12 in learning about the root causes of U.S. poverty and the Church’s response. Contest materials can be found at www.usccb.org/youthcontest. Creative work of any medium (e.g. video, song, painting, drama, poetry, etc.) is welcome!






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