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Selfpub 6th year

Enter the
Woman’s Empowerment Day of Giving
Poster Design Contest

You could win $500!


When women are empowered through literacy,
they can find their voice, be strong,
get educated, and improve their lives.

SelfPubBookCovers is proud to stand with ProLiteracy in their effort to improve literacy among women across America and around the world… and we invite you to join us by entering our Women’s Empowerment Day of Giving Poster Design Contest. The winning poster design will be sent to more than 1,000 local ProLiteracy programs, libraries and adult education facilities. It may also be used on themed merchandise, giving the winning design a broad platform for exposure to consumers and educators.

Please visit https://info.proliteracy.org/spbc-contest-entry
for complete rules, forms and information about the event.

Entries must be received no later than midnight, JANUARY 17, 2020 to be eligible.

ProLiteracy Poster Design Contest
Global statistics are even more discouraging.
This is why we are partnering with ProLiteracy and are inviting our artists and
authors to join in. Over the next year, we’ll give you chances to be part of the effort.

About ProLiteracy

ProLiteracy Worldwide advances and supports programs to help adults acquire literacy skills needed to function more effectively in their daily lives. It has 1,000 member programs across 50 states and works with 30 partners in 25 countries to provide a wide range of adult literacy and basic education services to vulnerable populations. ProLiteracy builds capacity among frontline literacy providers by modeling proven instructional approaches, developing affordable, evidence-based learning resources, and providing professional development and technical assistance. For more than 60 years, ProLiteracy has scaled successful practices and driven advocacy efforts by activating its grassroots network, resulting in a broad and sustained effort to improve and advance adult literacy at the community level.
For more information, visit www.ProLiteracy.org.