Actress Julianne Moore is looking for children with an artistic streak who are interested in helping those in need.

Save the Children's Valentine’s Day 2011 Card Contest empowers young people to use their artistic skills and creativity to help fight child poverty in the United States.

Designs should be submitted to Save the Children with the signature of a teacher, principal or other school official by November 8. Save the Children will review all designs submitted and 15 finalists will be chosen and posted on our website for voting. The voting will take place November 13 through 17 and result in the selection of five winning artists.

More information can be found at www.k2kUSA.org, Save the Children U.S. Program’s new advocacy campaign to promote fairness for all kids.

Each of the five winning artists will receive a $500 savings bond and the artist whose design receives the highest number of votes will have an opportunity to meet Save the Children Artist Ambassador, actor Julianne Moore. The winning designs will be offered as Valentine’s Day cards (on-line and/or hard copy) to benefit and/or promote Save the Children’s programs that help kids living in poverty in the United States.

The cards will be promoted via print, online and broadcast outreach by Save the Children, as well as Julianne Moore.

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