“What Home Means to Me” Poster Contest – Entries Due June 1, 2022


As part of NAHRO’s Housing America campaign, a calendar poster contest reflecting the theme of “What Home Means To Me” is held each year for children residing in housing assisted or supported under community development or affordable housing programs such as public housing, Section 8, CDBG, HOME, LIHTC, etc.
PAHRA is encouraging our member agencies to have their young residents from kindergarten through 12th grade participate in this year’s contest. Their amazing art and heartfelt messages capture how they feel about their homes and families, and highlights the importance of the work that we H&CD professionals do.
PAHRA member agencies must forward their entries to PAHRA, PO Box J, New Florence, PA 15944 prior to June 1, 2022. Do not send your entries directly to MARC NAHRO or NAHRO. PAHRA will select one entry from each age category to send to the MARC NAHRO regional chapter for further consideration. Regional selections will then proceed to the NAHRO national competition.
Please note that all posters must be 22″ x 28″ with landscape/horizontal orientation to be considered. They must also be mailed flat. We plan to exhibit this year’s entries at the PAHRA Spring Conference & Showcase in Hershey.
If you have any questions concerning the contest, please don’t hesitate to contact kelly@pahra.org. To download poster contest information, please click on the link below. This will provide the contest rules, the contest application, the contest narrative form, and release form to be submitted with each entries.