Did you know that August 19th is #WorldPhotoDay? We want to celebrate!
Here’s how: #ShowUsYourHabitat
Habitat means something different to everyone. To us, Habitat represents a safe and affordable shelter. To others, it could mean their spot, their sanctuary, their re-charge space. Your Habitat could be in a kayak on River Raisin, it could be with the birds in your back yard, anywhere that helps you regain strength, stability, and self-reliance.
What does Habitat mean to you? If you’re a supporter of Habitat, we want to see you! We want to hear you! This is your time to be loud and proud about Habitat. We want to see what makes you YOU! What is your Habitat?
Starting NATIONAL PHOTO DAY, August 19th, join us in #ShowUsYourHabitat, a month-long photo contest that will connect us in a time of distance and help us remember the importance of Habitat. Enter the contest by posting a photo showing us YOUR Habitat and tag @hfhmonroe! This is your chance to GET CREATIVE and show off your Habitat, wherever that may be.
At the beginning of October, YOU will be asked to vote for your favorite photo! Habi staff will narrow down all the submissions down to FIVE FINAL CANDIDATES then YOU will be asked to tell us which photo you think is the winner! The winning photo will be featured as our Facebook cover photo for October, featured in Habitat Monroe’s quarterly e-blast, and receive a swag basket of prizes including a ReStore gift card!
For inspiration, here are some of our #Show Us Your Habitats:
Our habitat homeowners the LaDukes
Jeanette’s Habitat is wherever her and her husband are hiking
Our Habi Homeowner Lenore’s Habi Kitchen
Our habitat staffer Kristin’s precious little enjoying a vaca habitat
- Submit your Show Us Your Habitat Photo On Facebook
- Tagging Habitat Monroe (@HFHMONROE)
- Make sure that post is PUBLIC
- Add hash tag – #ShowUsYourHabitat
- Submit August 19th through October
By submitting your photo for this #ShowUsYourHabitat Contest you are releasing the rights to Habitat for Humanity of Monroe to use your photo. Photographic Release I give Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County and its representatives and employees the right to take photographs of me in connection with my volunteer experience. I authorize Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County, its assigns and transferees to copyright, use and publish the same in print and/or electronically. I agree that Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County may use such photographs of me with or without my name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and Web content.