We are very late announcing this month competition! It must be all the food eaten at Christmas making us work slowly! To begin the year, we have a lovely prize to offer: a Sterling Silver chain and horse pendant donated by one of our supporter. To enter, it’s simple, just follow the explanations below.
What are you waiting for? Grab your camera and send us a photo! We look forward to seeing them… And remember that for each photo you submit you are helping an animal in need.
Many thanks to Jill Roberts for her much appreciated support.
Every month we offer a different prize to the winner. Moreover, the winning photo will be displayed on our website, blog and Facebook page, as well as become the cover for the following issue of our booklet of creative writing, Furry Tales and Meowsings (note that we will ask you to sign a very simple form authorising us to do that).
To enter the competition, it’s simple. You first need to go to our website and buy a photo competition entry here. You can buy more than one entry (and use them either to submit more than one photo or keep them for following months) as we will keep track of how many you buy and use. Make sure that you write down the reference number that is given to you (it should also appear in the confirmation email). The entry costs €3.50 and the money will exclusively be used for the welfare of animals.
Next, send your photo (it must be related to animals) along with your reference number and your details (name, address, email and phone number) to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can send more than one photo, but make sure you have bought the necessary amount of entries as submissions without a valid reference number will be refused.
You can send your photos as soon as we announce the competition and until the 25th of the month. Photos will then be displayed in an album on Facebook, where people can vote for them by clicking “like”. On the last day of the month, the five photos with the most votes will go to a judging panel who will select the winning photo and announce it in the next few days.