United Way’s Holiday Coloring Contest Now Open
Lucky Winners Will Be Featured on United Way’s 2021 Holiday Card
Spring Hill, FL – October 12, 2021 – United Way of Hernando County’s 7th Annual Holiday Coloring Contest is now open! United Way is encouraging all enrolled Hernando County students from kindergarten through 5th grade, including Hernando County Schools (HCS), private schools, Hernando eSchool, and homeschooled students to get into the holiday spirit and enter into the Holiday Coloring Contest for a chance to have their colorful creation featured on United Way’s 2021 Holiday Card. The card is sent to over 200 Community Partners, Partner Agencies, Board of Directors, local businesses, and more! The Coloring Contest will run now until November 30th.
Five lucky Hernando County students whose creativity embraces the LIVE UNITED spirit will have their artwork chosen to represent them and their school. As a thank you for the student’s artistic work, each winner’s family will receive a Holiday Card in the mail, and a special prize. The selected winners’ teacher will also receive copy paper and school supplies for their classroom.
- Must be a Hernando County student
- Child must be a kindergarten through 5th grade student
- Student can be enrolled in HCS, private school, Hernando
eSchool, or homeschooled
- Coloring contest page must be fully colored
- Front and back must be completed
- Colored copy must be submitted by 11/30/21
*Please submit all colored artwork to the United Way of Hernando County office located at
4028 Commercial Way, Spring Hill, FL 34606 or email impact@UnitedWayHernando.org.
To download United Way's Coloring Contest page, or for more information, visit: www.UnitedWayHernando.org/ColoringContest.
United Way of Hernando County, Inc.:
United Way of Hernando County (UWHC) was established as a 501c3 organization in 1987, and since then has continuously focused on creating partnerships and mobilizing our community to seek sustainable solutions to some of the most pressing local needs. UWHC strategically allocates Community Investment Funds in Health, Education, & Financial Stability programs with proven results and local impact. UWHC works hard to balance the growing demand for basic services such as food, utilities, and rent assistance, with our ongoing commitment to tackling the underlying causes of complex issues. United Way partners with businesses and organizations that share our vision for improving lives through the power of collective impact and working together. Our support for long-term commitments are essential to addressing key social issues, such as helping children, youth, adults & elders, encouraging health and wellness, including physical and emotional care, promoting financial stability and self-sufficiency, and crisis intervention. For more information on how YOU can LIVE UNITED, visit www.UnitedWayHernando.org.