The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation began accepting submissions for the worldwide pro-Israel memes competition. What are memes? They are cultural symbols or ideas that are transmitted electronically; they often encompass captioned photos that are intended to be funny or bring awareness to certain causes or human behavior. Adam Milstein is the co-founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, which is an organization well-regarded for their philanthropic contributions; these contributions have been spearheaded to strengthen US and Israel relationships, the state of Israel, and Jewish people.
MEME COMPETITION DETAILS
The meme competition opened effective July 28th, and voting is slated to begin August 8th; according to milsteinmemes.org, there will be $2,000 in cash prizes awarded for the best pro-Israel meme. The competition ends August 10th, 11:59 PM Eastern Time and winners will be selected on August 14th. This competition is the epitome of cultural pride; the Milstein Family Foundation has partnered with a number of Jewish and Pro-Israel organizations to sponsor this competition. The concept of creating memes to express one’s self is relatively new, but it has grown in popularity; according to Milstein, “the contest is a fun way for creators to express their love and support for Israel with wit and levity.”
HOW TO SIGN UP
So, hopefully, this article has piqued your interest/curiosity and inspired you to showcase your knack for creativity; as previously stated, the competition will run until August 10th, and winners will be selected on August 14th; sign up, and bring attention to a worthy cause. According to prweb.com, a winner will be chosen by a panel of 6 college and high school pro-Israel activists. The winners of this competition will be formally announced on August 17th. If you’re interested in signing up for this amazing competition, be sure to visit www.milsteinmemes.org; you will be able to view an example of memes and get additional information, regarding what this competition entails.