Columbus CANstruction® Competition
It starts with one can. To feed the hungry.
To lift the spirit. To change the world.®
architects, engineers, artists or designers
design & build structures made entirely
Fair Oaks Mall, Columbus, Indiana
CANstruction®, a charity committed to ending
hunger, is using ‘one can’ as a catalyst for change.
Over 1500 families access hunger relief programs
Think you have what it takes to design
and build a structure made of nothing
deadline to register a team is December 10
more than canned food, ingenuity, and
luck? Enter today.
Get creative. Stop hunger. One CAN
make a difference.
make check payable to United Way
& include CANstruction
competition rules and detailed information are
available at www.paragonme.net/columbuscan
5th Annual Columbus
It starts with one can. To feed the hungry. To lift the spirit. To change the world.®
entry fee is just $25 per team
deadline to register a team is December 10 How:
complete a mail-in entry or enter online
make check payable to United Way & include CANstruction
in memo line
competition rules and detailed information are available at paragonme.net/columbuscan Questions:
contact Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org or (812) 376-7468
Think you have what it takes to design and build a structure made of nothing
more than canned food, ingenuity, and luck? Enter today.
Get creative. Stop hunger. One CAN make a difference.®
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