Here's a fun way to help the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund. They are having a Mother-Daughter Photo Contest that will benefit scholarships across the state of Arkansas.

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How Does The ASPSF Mother-Daughter Photo Contest Work?

This contest is open to all mothers and daughters and it's free to enter. Votes will cost $1 each with a minimum of $5. It all goes to the wonderful cause of helping out single parents that are trying hard to make their life and their children's life better by working towards post-secondary education. Whether it's going to college, a university, vocational school or a trade school.

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Entries are being accepted now and voting will end on May 6, 2022.

What Will The Winners Win?

The top three most voted on photos will win. 1st Prize is a $250 Amazon gift card. There will also be prizes awarded for the second and third place photos, with 2nd Place winning a $150 Amazon gift card and 3rd Place winning a $75 Amazon card.

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For contest rules, to enter, and to vote, go to gogophotocontest.com/aspsf.

More About the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund

The Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund has been helping single-parent students reach their goals of a higher education for over 30 years. You can find out more information about the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund at their website  aspsf.org or contact Wendy Stotts at wstotts@aspsf.org or call (870) 273-2059.

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Their mission according to a press release::

 ASPSF opens doors for low-income single parents, helping them pursue education, secure employment, and transform the future for their families. With the help of volunteers and community support, ASPSF creates multigenerational change, transforming lives for both single parents and their children.

 

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