Foundation

Drug-Free Kids Calendar Contest 2019

Nearly 5,000 eligible children, senior and residents with special needs participated in the nationwide contest. Each child winner of the NAHMA contest receives a $1,000 educational scholarship from the NAHMA Educational Foundation. A $1,000 cash award is made in the name of the adult winners to their community for use in purchasing or funding a project from which all of the community’s residents will benefit. All winners are also featured in the yearly calendar.

Through this program, the NAHMA Educational Foundation awards scholarships and encourages children, teens and adults to set goals, emulate good role models, and live a drug-free lifestyle.

For the contest, the artwork is divided into seven categories with winners selected from each of the following: kindergarten-first grade, second-third grades, fourth-sixth grades, seventh-ninth grades, 10th-12th grades, seniors and residents with special needs. Only students are eligible for the grand prize.

The subtheme for the 2018 contest is Hope is in Bloom: Nurturing Our Community

Who is eligible to enter the calendar contest?

Children 
Children who live in a family community of a NAHMA and/or a local AHMA member company.

Elderly
Residents who are 55 years or older who live in a community of a NAHMA and/or a local AHMA member company.

Residents with Special Needs
Residents who live in a permanent supportive housing community or Section 811 community of a NAHMA and/or a local AHMA member company.

Learn more by downloading NAHMA’s Rules & Regulations 2018 Art-Poster Rules for 2019 Calendar

2018 NAHMA Drug Free Calendars Available Now!!

By purchasing a NAHMA calendar, you help support the NAHMA Foundation which many AHMA-PSW residents benefit from.  The cost of the calendar is $5.50, which is a Department of Housing and Urban Development and U.S. Department of Agriculture allowable project expense.  Click NAHMA 2018 Calendar  to purchase directly from NAHMA or download the order form here: 2018-Calendar-Order-Form