QT is all ready for the contest! In fact, he has been taking photos all summer long and will be sharing them through the month of August! Stay tuned to The Caring Force Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see what QT has come up with and maybe even get ideas for your own submissions. The only thing that QT is more excited about than sharing his own photos is seeing what you submit!
All you have to do to enter is take your best photo, group photo, selfie, collage, etc. showing us why you love working in human services or what inspires you—then share it with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, tag @TheCaringForce and include the hashtag #BroadcastYourLove. Consistent with our contest rules, please get the permission of your organization’s CEO or their designee before posting the picture.
And please use The Caring Force logo in your photo! Whether it’s on your t-shirt or a sign, we’re encouraging all submissions to use the logo, and our panel will take into account clever use of the Caring Force logo and messages when determining the finalists.
After posting your photo on social media, please fill out the form on our Broadcast Your Love of Human Services Contest Homepage with a link to your post. Entries will not be accepted into the official contest unless they are accompanied by this form.
All photo submissions are due on or before August 31st—and can be posted and entered any time between now and then. All photos will then be shared by The Caring Force’s Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. The number of likes and retweets for each submission will be tallied as votes, and a panel of judges will determine the finalists, giving special consideration to those using the TCF logo and messaging.
As always, each of the three finalists—selected by the public’s votes and our panel—will receive a complimentary registration to our 43rd Annual Convention & Expo: RISE! and be entered to win a VISA gift card for your organization.
You have one month to plan and take the perfect photo! We cannot wait to see what you come up with!Back to All Blog Posts