MN-CCD Button Design Challenge now accepting applicaitons

MN-CCD Button Design Challenge now accepting submissions!
Have YOU been positively impacted by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) since it was passed in 1990? If so, show us how by submitting an original design for the MN-CCD’s first-ever Button Contest!

Button designs – created by individuals who have disabilities, Direct Support Professionals/ caretakers, family members, and advocates – should honor the 25th anniversary of the ADA by celebrating self-direction, achieving independence and life in the community.

All design submissions will be displayed in the Minnesota State Council on Disability’s (MSCOD) booth at the Minnesota State Fair, located in the Education Building. Up to two winning designs may be chosen by the MN-CCD Grassroots Committee and made into buttons, which will be distributed at the MSCOD booth, as well as during the 2016 Legislative Session at MN-CCD “Tuesday at the Capitol” events.

You can download the button design guidelines and the button template .

The deadline for submissions is July 6th.

Thanks in advance for participating in this exciting button contest – we can’t wait to receive all of your designs!

Become a Sponsor
The MN-CCD is seeking sponsors for their 2015 Button Design Challenge. This is a great opportunity to demonstrate not only your support of the MN-CCD, but your organization’s commitment to fulfilling the promises of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Sponsors will have their logo displayed with the design entries in the MSCOD booth at the MN State Fair, which will be seen by thousands of fairgoers and increase name recognition in the community at large.

If you would like more information on becoming a sponsor, please contact Jo Erbes at .



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