Free The Wild Logo Competition 2017 (Funded to the 2018 One Young World Summit)
Submission Deadline: 6th November 2017
In 2016, multi award winning singer and actress Cher, joined the One Young World Summit in Ottawa and was blown away by the work of young leaders participating were doing to change the world.
Now Cher is returning to the One Young World Summit to share her vision for change, a world where wild animals are free to live in their natural habitat and a world where animals are free from cruelty.
To make this vision a reality Cher has created Free The Wild the world’s first dedicated online platform that aggregates and amplifies global efforts for animal welfare. Free The Wild leverages Cher’s incredible network to shine a light on vital animal welfare initiatives and raises funds to support them.
What kind of logo should you make?
The logo should embody and promote the mission of Free the Wild:
“FTW endeavours to stop the suffering of wild animals in captivity and ultimately find a way to release them into sanctuaries or better equipped zoos. Also assisting with the betterment of existing zoos and empowering its staff to care for and protect the animals in their care. We aim to provide education and support in terms of professional carers, handlers and vets and to introduce augmented and virtual reality into establishments as a replacement of some species whereby ultimately eliminating animal trafficking.”
What’s in it for you?
Besides having their design help drive the movement, the designer of the selected logo will win a sponsored place to the One Young World 2018 in The Hague. The sponsored place includes:
- Full access to the 2018 Summit.
- Return transport to the Summit.
- Catering for the duration of the Summit.
How to enter:
To enter the competition just submit your logo design to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 November.
Submissions can be sent as a high resolution .pdf, .jpg or png with a resolution of 300dpi or higher.
All entries are subject to the Terms and Conditions found here.
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