Help crown the winner of our competition to find a logo for the Sports Charter – to kick homophobia and transphobia out of sport.
Last November I launched a competition to find a logo for sports clubs, fans and players across the country to mark their support for the Charter for Action to tackle homophobia and transphobia in sport. The first stage of the competition closed on 18 January and we were delighted to have received nearly 70 entries, most of them from young people.
Our judge Rugby Union star Ben Cohen has now shortlisted the top six entries and now it is over to you to help us crown the winner by voting for your favourite design. It is really easy to vote. All you have to do is:
Like’ your favourite logo on our Facebook page, or;
If you do not have a Facebook account you can vote via Ben Cohen’s website
There isn’t much time. Voting closes on Monday 20 February at noon so please get voting now!
Once the competition closes, votes will then be added together, and the logo with the highest number of votes will win the competition. The winning logo will then go to a professional design team and the final design will be unveiled in March. For more information, please visit the Home Office website
Please also help spread the word and forward this message to your contacts and post it on your website and Facebook page.