Norfolk Day photo competition celebrates local charities
Entries are now open for our annual photo competition celebrating inspirational local charities and community groups.
In what continues to be a most challenging and uncertain time for many Norfolk communities, we have seen how our local charities and community groups have yet again stepped up, taken action and continued to support our most vulnerable. This Norfolk Day, we want to continue to celebrate the amazing people, activities and places that are at the heart of our community with our annual photo competition.
The winning entry will receive a £500 cash prize, with a second prize of £300 and a third prize of £200 available.
Following shortlisting and then decision by an expert panel, the winning images will be announced to celebrate Norfolk Day on Wednesday 27th July 2022. Three winners will receive a cash prize of up to £500 to support the work of their community group and we aim to feature as many examples as possible of work given throughout the next year.
Deadline for submission is Friday 15th July 2022.
How to enter
If you are a local charity or group we would love to receive image(s) illustrating snapshots of your inspirational work.
The competition requirements include:
- Photos must contain people
- Photos must be taken in Norfolk
- Entrants must live in Norfolk
- Photos must be in good quality digital format (300 dpi or greater).
You can email your entries to us at firstname.lastname@example.org together with your completed entry form, which can be downloaded below.
Please ensure before submitting an entry that you have read the competition terms and conditions at the bottom of the page for further information, including about how entries may be used by the Foundation for publicity and promotional work.
2021’s winning entries
First place: Scotty’s Little Soldiers
Second place: Norfolk Accident & Rescue Service
Third place: Thornage Hall Independent Living
Photo competition terms and conditions
To enter this competition you must be the author of the image(s) and own the copyright. Norfolk Community Foundation accepts no liability if an image is unlawfully reproduced.
Photos must contain people, be taken in Norfolk and entrants must live in Norfolk.
Entrants must ensure that everyone featured in the photograph has given their consent to be included and used for the purpose of the competition and by Norfolk Community Foundation as described below. By submitting your photograph you are confirming you have the required permission.
Entrants will retain the copyright of their image(s) but in entering the competition they agree to allow Norfolk Community Foundation to reproduce, enlarge, publish, exhibit (print and digital) their image(s) in any future promotional or charity literature. Images submitted may also be featured in the local press.
The winners will be notified directly and will be featured on Norfolk Community Foundation’s website and social media sites.
Payments can only be made to a charity or community group bank account.
Norfolk Community Foundation’s decision on the winning entry is final, and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the judging and competition organisation.
By entering the competition you agree to Norfolk Community Foundation using your details to process your entry. Your details will not be used for marketing purposes.
Image(s) (high resolution – 300dpi or greater), together with the relevant entry form, must be submitted digitally via email to email@example.com. We regret that we are unable to accept postal entries.
The closing date is Friday 15th July 2022 at 5pm. Entries received after this time will not be accepted.
Norfolk Community Foundation will then put together a list of shortlisted images, which will be put to a vote by an expert panel with the winners announced on Norfolk Day (Wednesday 27th July 2022).
The winners will be notified directly and featured on Norfolk Community Foundation’s website and social media sites, and may be published by the press.
The winning entry will receive a £500 cash prize, with a second prize of £300 and a third place of £200 to support the work of their organisations.
Published: 21st June 2022