The results are in! Here are the NEAHMA calendar art drawing contest winners.
The poster contest was open to children and elderly/disabled residents 55 years or older who live in a community of a NAHMA or a local Affordable Housing Management Association (AHMA) member company; and residents with special needs who live in a permanent supportive housing community. This year’s contest celebrated community spirit with its theme and subtheme, Our Hands Are United: Reach Out and Be a Good Neighbor.
Nearly 5,000 eligible children, elderly/disabled and residents with special needs participated in the nationwide contest. Each child winner of the NAHMA contest received a $1,000 educational scholarship from the NAHMA Educational Foundation. A $1,000 cash award was made in the name of the elderly/disabled and special needs winners to their community for use in purchasing or funding a project from which all of the community’s residents will benefit. All winners will also be featured in the 2016 calendar.