“When I Think of My Dad…”
Shame Kills & DrugRehab.org Presents The Father’s Day 2017 Essay Contest
$200 Cash Prize Award
Moms may be the glue that keeps a family together, but Dads are the support structure. Because we think fathers deserve recognition too, and in honor of Father’s Day, DrugRehab.org and Shame Kills are partnering to sponsor the essay contest, “When I think of My Dad…” with a $200 prize for the winning essay.
We want to shine a light on all the great fathers out there, and we want to hear what makes your dad great. What do you think of when you think of your dad? Maybe he worked long hours to provide, but he was always there for you no matter what. Maybe dad helped coach soccer practice even when he barely had time, or maybe he was the one who always made you feel safest. Dads oftentimes live in the background. Is it possible you never noticed until now everything he has done?
In 250 words or less, using the starting phrase “When I think of my dad,” we want to know what your father means to you and how he has made your life better. What has he done to lift you up and keep you on the right track? How has he influenced you? How has he helped you stay on the path towards healing?
By submitting your work, you agree to allow Drugrehab.org or Shame Kills to use portions of your essay in other content created by Drugrehab.org or Shame Kills and we agree to link to you/your website as the source of any content used.
Father doesn’t have to be biological father, it can be anyone who has acted as a father figure as long as essay stays on topic.
If your entry wins any cash prize, you agree to give Drugrehab.org and Shame Kills a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish your work on the Drugrehab.org or Shame Kills websites and in other publicity materials. We may also ask other non-winning entrants for permission to reprint their work, or an excerpt from it, in publicity materials created by Drugrehab.org or Shame Kills.
What Do You Think of Your Dad
Take a moment to appreciate your father.
DUE: June 05, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.
MS Word, Adobe PDF, Open Office, or Google Document
Entries must be submitted in this format to be accepted
Word count is no more than 250 words
These words don’t count: a, an, the
Entries should be an original work and in English
Plagiarism of any sort will result in disqualification
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Take this opportunity as a chance to express what your father means to you.
Contact us with any questions about the contest or for more information about recovery services.
Your entry and biographical data will not be published without your consent, and you retain all other rights. You are free, for example, to publish your work in print or online elsewhere, and to enter it into other contests, whether or not you win a prize in this contest.
You may accept or decline this invitation as you choose.
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