Your chance to design the Rugby League World Cup 2021 Christmas Card!

Community Integrated Care is proud to have teamed up with the Rugby League World Cup 2021 to launch an inclusive arts project with a difference!

We are inviting a person who has care or support needs to help design the official RLWC2021 Christmas card! RLWC 2021 - Xmas Card

The winning design will become the official Rugby League World Cup 2021 Christmas card and be sent to the thousands of people on the RLWC2021 database. The one lucky winner will receive an exclusive VIP World Cup Experience, as well a RLWC2021 Christmas hat and Christmas stocking.

This project is open to social care providers, SEN schools, community groups, or people who want to apply independently.

Entries are open until 11th December 2020. To take part, simply download our toolkit, which contains your template and entry information (click here to download).

Get Involved

We want entrants to have fun designing their Christmas card and to use their imagination to bring the World Cup and Christmas together. You can use any patterns, shapes or colours you want in your design. Our toolkit gives some helpful idea that might offer some inspiration!

We’re not necessarily looking for the best artist. We just want to see a creative design that makes us smile and really makes people excited for Christmas and the RLWC2021!

The submissions will be judged by an independent team, made up of representatives of the Rugby League World Cup 2021, people who access care and support, and inclusive arts practitioners.

A Proud Partnership

This initiative is part of the ground-breaking partnership between Community Integrated Care and the Rugby League World Cup 2021. Together, we are creating a pioneering range of opportunities for people who have care and support needs, and to deliver a tournament that is truly inclusive.  

Community Integrated Care is one of the UK’s largest and most successful social care charities, supporting thousands of people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health concerns and dementia. 

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