Calendar Kids Art Contest
Congratulations to Jonathan Rivera Gómez from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico! Jonathan's drawing, entitled "La mano de Dios entregándome los riñones (The Hand of God Giving Me Kidneys)", received the most number of votes for the cover art.
Over 6,700 people voted to select the cover art for the American Kidney Fund’s 2014 calendar from among the 13 talented winners of this year’s Calendar Kids Art Contest. Thank you to everyone who voted!
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13 talented artists will have their winning artwork printed in our 2014 calendar that’s distributed nationwide. All winners will receive a gift card and a laptop to help with their schoolwork. The cover art winner will also win a trip to Washington, D.C., to be recognized during the American Kidney Fund’s annual gala, The Hope Affair, this fall.
Learn About Our 2013 Calendar Cover Art Winner
Amelia Rowniewski, a six-year-old from Wallington, N.J., received the most votes for her entry, which she calls “All Things Are Possible.” Amelia, who is living with a kidney transplant, drew a detailed depiction of the nursery rhyme “Hey Diddle Diddle,” complete with a cat with a fiddle, a cow jumping over the moon, a little dog laughing, and a dish running away with a spoon.
Congratulations to Amelia, who was an honored guest at the American Kidney Fund’s annual gala, The Hope Affair, in Washington, D.C., on October 17, 2012.
And congratulations to the other winners of the Calendar Kids Art Contest, whose work appears throughout our 2013 calendar.
The Calendar Kids program is supported by an educational grant provided by Amgen.