Once the Paint4Freedom Art Competition is formally announced, some of the ways we recommend you are able to help are-
- Speak with your local Secondary / High Schools - Are they encouraging their students to enter the competition?
- Speak with the School's P&C's - Are they somehow working towards helping to promote or encourage a local Paint4Freedom Art Competition?
- Each Secondary / High School is able to hold their own Senior's Paint4Freedom Art Competition - Further details
- Contact your local Rotary Club - Are they speaking or assisting the local Council in hosting a Local Community Paint4Freedom Competition, Exhibition and Judging and also encouraging your local community to be involved? - Club finder
- Rotary are also very focused on this fight against Modern-day Slavery - Further details
- Speak with your local Council - will they be hosting a Local Community Paint4Freedom Competition, Exhibition and Judging? If not, why not? - We are asking councils around Australia to join in.
- Speak with your local Art Galleries and/or Art Society - Are they involved in any way? If your council isn't hosting a Local Community Paint4Freedom Competition or a local Slavery Seminar Presentation, will your Art Galleries and/or Art Society do this?
- Speak with your local Art Colleges - Are they involved, will they be encouraging students to compete in the local Paint4Freedom Competition.
- How is the local media involved and do they need any information - We at Paint4Freedom will supply the media will all they need
All these organisations can obtain further details about how they can be involved by contacting Paint4Freedom on email: Local.Comp@paint4freedom.org or call us on Ph: 0421 450 959