Winning Submissions

Thank you to everyone who submitted beautiful works of art, our full gallery is still accessible.

First Place - Eileen F., 12 Years

First Place - Eileen F., 12 Years

There is Light Despite the Darkness This painting shows that you can find the bright side when times are tough. The girl is painting bright colours on a dark world, implying that she is looking on the positive side instead of being trapped in a negative mindset. Eileen chose to donate to The Child Development Institute.

Second Place - Jennifer E, 10 Years Old

Second Place - Jennifer E, 10 Years Old

Together we all will win! My background is of Toronto. I put in people to represent all the front line workers who have been working so hard, including Doug Ford. My message is “Together we all win!” Jennifer chose to donate her winnings to CHATS - Community & Home Assistance for Seniors

Third Place - Vihaan K., 9 Years Old

Third Place - Vihaan K., 9 Years Old

Happy-Ness Love and care for fellow Canadians Vihaan chose to donate his winnings to The Child Development Institute.

Top Ten - Marlow R, 8 Years Old

Top Ten - Marlow R, 8 Years Old

We Are Always Connected Two people connected by their hearts across a social distance Marlow selected Food Banks Canada as her charity of choice.

Top Ten - Vivenne S., 9 Years Old

Top Ten - Vivenne S., 9 Years Old

Now + Soon "We are stuck in a bad time, but it's going to get better soon" - Vivienne Vivienne chose Food Banks Canada to support.

Top Ten - Samaira M., 11 Years Old

Top Ten - Samaira M., 11 Years Old

Be Someone’s Smile During this time, we all need a smile to get through the day. The tree is shown as a hand to show helpfulness, kindness and love. By doing something nice for someone or even just a smile, will brighten someone’s day and spirit. Everyone deserves to be helped in some way. By being someone’s smile, it’s a simple way of caring. Samaira hoped to support The Yonge Street Mission.

Top Ten - Asmi M., 9 Years Old

Top Ten - Asmi M., 9 Years Old

Spread care not corona Asmi selected The Alzheimer Society of Toronto as her charity to support.

Top Ten - Shay T., 10 Years Old

Top Ten - Shay T., 10 Years Old

Stand Together By Standing Apart A sign that there is hope by working together. We can do something to help, we can stand apart to support each other. This picture represents the doctors and food workers, the police and all the people that are being brave and helping. We are all standing together by standing apart. Shay hoped to donate to Interval House.

Top Ten - Zara V., 10 Years Old

Top Ten - Zara V., 10 Years Old

We Can WE CAN get through this together as a strong country. There will be a rainbow at the end of this storm. Zara chose to support Covenant House.

Top Ten - Sandrina S., 12 Years Old

Top Ten - Sandrina S., 12 Years Old

STRONGER TOGETHER This art is inspired by our unity and love for each other during this hardship. I used many different colours and techniques to spread positivity, hope, joy and love to each other. When people see my art I want them to smile and know that they're not alone. This artwork is a symbol of love, hope, courage and strength. Together we're stronger than we think. Sandrina hoped to support Food Banks Canada.

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Top Ten - Zara V., 10 Years Old

We Can WE CAN get through this together as a strong country. There will be a rainbow at the end of this storm. Zara chose to support Covenant House.