2nd Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition


2nd Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition

“The 2nd Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition” & “One Dollar for One Poor Child Charity Event” is a global charity event that hosted by Canada Youth Arts Development Foundation and supported by UNICEF. It is a global painting Olympic of world’s children and youth, and also a global charity event aimed to help poor children worldwide.

Children are our future, and they need attention from us all to grow healthily. The poor children worldwide need not only attention from governments, charity groups, but also attention from each one of us.

At present, many children are in life-threatening dangers and don’t even have the chance to survive for want of clothing and medical care. According to a recent UN report, now 670 million children live in extreme poverty, 370 million children don’t have clean drinking water, 180 million children are homeless, and 126 million children have no schooling. According to a report from UNWFP(UN World Food Program), about 6 million children die premature of hunger or malnutrition annually. And these figures keep on growing each year! The “Les Miserables” is shown live, and how could we pretend not to see simply because it is out of sight. Even though there are many organizations out there helping this disadvantaged group, the mission of helping children is far from accomplished.

General Information

Preliminary Contest (Free)

All participants will be grouped according to age.

Preschool Group 1 (Age 4-7)
Children Group 2 (Age 8-12)
Juvenile Group 3 (Age 13-17)
Youth Group 4 (Age18-25)

Event Agenda

Preliminary Contest

From February 26th, 2013 to June 10th, 2013

Final Contest

Opening Ceremony: August 12th, 2013 (14:00 – 18:00)
Closing & Awarding Ceremony: August 15th, 2013 (13:30 – 17:30)

For more information, please visit: http://www.paintingworldcup.org


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