The evenko foundation and Starbucks, in collaboration with the Société de Développement social (SDS), are uniting to create a contest for the evenko foundation Program students encouraging them to preject their hopes for the future.
Unfolding over a six week period, the contest invited nearly 60 high school level students from the Daniel-Johnson, Pointes-aux-Trembles, Saint-Laurent, Cavelier-De Lasalle, Dalbé-Viau, Antoine-de-Saint-Exupéry, Georges-Vanier and Père Marquette schools to create works that could be reproduced on Starbucks cup sleeves. They were inspired by the hopes shared during Starbucks’ #150PlusWishes campaign. Furthermore, the works had to promote values that are dear to Canadian people such as cultural diversity, joy, peace, etc.
All the contest's works have been published on Facebook on April 2th in a “Like” contest. The 20 projects that will receive the most “likes” will then be submitted to a jury tasked with selecting the 5 winners. Their works will then be reproduced on cup sleeves and widely distributed in every Starbucks coffee shop in Quebec for the month of September.
Click HERE to vote by liking the pictures
Voting period: April 2 to 16, 2018