Critteraid creatives needed for logo contest

Critteraid is looking for a new logo and is asking the public for their help by making this into a contest.

Critteraid is looking for a new logo and is asking the public for their help by making this into a contest.

Submissions need to be in by March 30, addressed to Critteraid’s mailing address at 113-437 Martin Street, Penticton V2A 5L1 or emailed in jpg format to

Logos should include the word Critteraid – the rest is a matter of creativity, bearing in mind that Critteraid’s official shirts are red. The logo would need to be surrendered to the society in order for Critteraid to begin the trademarking process.  The winner of the logo contest will receive a Canadian minted $30 iceberg coin that is sold out at the Canadian mint.

The winner will also receive a lifetime membership with Critteraid. The Summerland Cat Sanctuary, was established in 1992 to provide refuge for unwanted, abused, abandoned and feral cats.

The sanctuary is based on a 10-acre farm in Summerland, BC where cats, dogs and livestock are provided sanctuary for the time they stay.


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