Vote for Your
Favorite National Homeownership Poster
this years National Homeownership Week in June, more than
300 youth participated in Housing and Urban Developments
first National Homeownership Poster Contest. Through this activity,
children across the country had a chance to express themselves
and their ideas about what "home" means to them.
is the opportunity for you to cast your vote for your favorite
poster. HUD and the National Homeownership Partners are asking
you to help choose the "Peoples Choice Award."
See "How to Vote Online."
national winner will have his or her artwork displayed on next
years National Homeownership Week poster. Other prizes
include savings bonds and certificates. Regional winners will
have their artwork displayed on HUDs
Kids Next Door website.
June 5th through 12th, hundreds of communities across the country
events to highlight the importance of homeownership. This years
theme, "Make the American Dream a Reality" was designed to increase
the visibility of community-building efforts and develop and
reinforce local partnerships hard at work throughout the country.
homebuyer fairs, seminars and workshops to official proclamations
and open houses, National Home Ownership Week reaches out to
thousands of American families -- giving them the information
and inspiration they need to help achieve their dream of homeownership.
group benefits more from having a safe place to call home than
our kids. Thats why the US Department of Housing and Urban
Developments Community Builders have worked with HUDs
Office of Housing to develop the poster contest.
organizations encouraged youth to participate in the poster
contest. There were entries from Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA,
YWCA, 4-H, Big Brothers Big Sisters, HUD Storefronts, faith-based
youth groups, and educational organizations.
to Vote Online
the 38 posters and cast your vote online.
Click the circle under the poster you would like choose for
the "Peoples Choice Award. Choose only one. To get
a better view of the poster, double click to enlarge it. Once
you have selected your favorite poster, then click the vote
button at the bottom of the page.
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Washington, DC 20410
Voice: (202) 708-2740