Win a $4,000 charity donation to help make your dream a reality!

What would you do to help create a better home for all of us? What's your BIG idea? We are seeking creative submissions for a better world and we want to hear from YOU! Turn your world-changing ideas into art, and you could win a $4,000 donation to a charity to help bring your big idea to life, plus a pair of shoes from the Native Shoes x Crayola collection, a Crayola prize pack and a custom piece of artwork by artist Mason Eve, inspired by your creative thinking.

How It Works:

  1. Dream up your big idea that would help make our world a better place. It's time to think outside of the box and color outside of the lines; your idea could be a way to help animals, solve climate change, create happy communities - anything you want!
  2. Get creative! Channel your inner artist and put pen to paper, brush to paint or mouse to computer and create an artistic visual that brings your idea to life.
  3. Submit your artwork or a photo of it (must be a .png or .jpg file) along with a short and sweet explanation of your big idea through the Native Shoes contest page.
  4. Come back on Friday, May 21st to see if your big idea was selected as a finalist, and vote on your favorites!
  5. Have a question? Check out our FAQ page!

1 Grand Prize winner and 2 Runner-ups will be selected from the Top 10 Entries on Friday, June 11.

Submit My Idea!

Max file size: 15MB.
File format must be: gif, jpg, jpeg or png.
Minimum dimensions: 400 x 400px.

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Congratulations to the Winner!

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A Big Thank You to Everyone Who Submitted

Contest Terms & Conditions

Contest is open to all legal residents of the 50 U.S. States, the District of Columbia and Canadian Provinces who are the age of majority in their state/province/territory.