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Calling All Artists!

What Home Means to Me Poster Contest

As part of NAHRO's Housing America campaign, a poster contest is held each year for children living in affordable housing owned or administered by NAHRO Member agencies.

Posters reflect the national theme "What Home Means to Me".

1st, 2nd & 3rd place winner for each category:

  • Elementary (K to 5th)
  • Middle School (6th to 8th)
  • High School (9th and 12th)

Due date is Thursday, May 16, 2024

For more information, please come to the office. 

The poster contest consists of a poster and a 100 word or less essay explaining "What Home Means to You." All students who complete the poster contest will receive a McDonald's Gift Card for their participation, and who knows, you may be a National Winner like Kinston Housing's very own Jada Leonard of Jack Rountree.

Age 10
Kinston Housing Authority
North Carolina

"What home means to me is being able to enjoy family and friends in a peaceful, secure environment. When there is peace, you feel safe in where you live! It makes you feel comfortable. I live in a peaceful place and I am so blessed to live there. It's my happy place. My home is awesome and my property is clean and nice. I love it here."


2024 Poster Contest Flyer- The information on the flyer is in the text above.