Mail Matters: Drawing Contest
Calling all artists between the ages of 4-12: sharpen those pencil crayons, moisten those watercolours, or fire up the iPad! We want to see your artistic flare!
Show us in a drawing how mail can help brighten someone’s day and share why mail matters to you.
The winning artwork will be featured on a limited edition run of Canadian postage stamps, to be sold exclusively at Toronto’s First Post Office, and will be featured in an upcoming issue of this newsletter. The winner will also receive a commemorative sheet of 26 stamps for their own use.
Pictured here is last year’s winning design by Vanessa!
This information is for internal use only and will not be made public.
- Mail Matters: Drawing Contest
- Send in your entry!
- Parental or Guardian Consent
How to enter
STEP 1: Show us in a drawing how mail can help brighten someone’s day. We want your drawing to be unique to you, so get creative, use your imagination, and show us what you come up with!
STEP 2: Submit your drawing by filling out the accompanying form. Don't forget to tell us why mail matters to you.
- Must be between the ages of 4-12.
- Must be a resident of Canada.
- Drawing size must be: 8.5 x 11 inches (both horizontal or vertical orientation accepted).
May 31st, 2021.
The winning artwork will be featured on a limited edition run of Picture Postage stamps, and the winning artist will receive a commemorative sheet of 26 domestic-rate stamps featuring their design. They will also be featured in an upcoming issue of the Town of York Historical Society's Newsletter.
The winning artwork will be determined by the public. Eligible submissions will be posted @TOs1stPO on Facebook and Instagram, and the prize will be awarded to the artwork with the most likes. The prize winner will be announced June 30th, 2020 and will be contacted by phone or email. Toronto's First Post Office/Town of York Historical Society reserves the right not to post artwork that may be considered inappropriate for any reason, and to remove, edit, or move artwork.
Send in your entry!
Upload your drawing (Must be JPG or PNG)
Max. size: 512.0 MB