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Design Our Logo: Diabetes Group Project ACE Wants Your Child's Help

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Design Our Logo: Diabetes Group Project ACE Wants Your Child's Help

Madison, Wisconsin - Project ACE is a new collaboration between American Family Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin that is studying new ways to help children or young adults and their families live better with type 1 diabetes.

The name ACE - Achieving, Connecting and Empowering - comes from the project’s goals: Achieving better quality of life, connecting families with the best resources to help them manage their diabetes and empowering children and families in their diabetes care.

To go along with the Project ACE name, we are looking for a logo to use to promote the project. Any child or teen (up to age 18) may submit a design.

Each person who submits a logo design will be entered into a drawing to receive a $50 gift card. The person whose idea is chosen also will receive a $50 gift card and see their work displayed in Project ACE communications and on promotional items.

The deadline to submit an entry is May 15, 2014.

Contest details

We will accept designs in the following formats:

  • Computer-generated graphics flies (e.g. JPG, BMP, EPS)
  • Documents from Word, Powerpoint, Publisher, etc.
  • PDFs
  • Scanned-in drawings
  • Photos of drawings

The winning design will be selected by members of the Project ACE team, with feedback from our advisory boards. The selected design may be used on promotional materials, the project website, t-shirts (and other items given to project participants, such as water bottles or lanyards), and other communication about the project.

Please submit entries by May 15 to:


Mail: Lauren Arnoldussen
H6/561, 4108 Clinical Science Center
600 Highland Ave.
Madison, WI 53792-4108

Date Published: 05/01/2014