The Safe America Foundation host numerous events through the year to promote safety. One of these events is called 'Chalk 1 up 4 Safety.'  

The ‘Chalk 1 Up 4 Safety’ contest is a safety focused art contest for middle and high school students in the greater Atlanta area, developed by the Safe America Foundation and funded by Allstate Insurance.

‘Chalk 1 Up for Safety’ has student teams (6-8 people) compete with each other by creating a safety message through an original chalk art drawing. Students base their design and message on one of the following safety themes: ‘It Can Wait’ (Anti-texting and Driving), ‘Be More than a Bystander' (Bullying), ‘Look, Listen, Live’ (Railroad Safety) and ‘Be #Cyber Safe’ (Online Safety).

Safe America will provide the contest materials, which includes street chalk. A panel of judges will pick the winning design, based on creativity and a clear, compelling safety message.

Plus, the winning middle and high school teams will each receive a prize of $500, courtesy of Montlick & Associates.

Contact MaryLou Pagano at MaryLou.Pagano@safeamerica.org for more details or questions. Pictured below are drawings from one of our contests.  

Chalk 1 Up 4 Safety Art Contest

The Chalk 1 Up 4 Safety is an art contest for middle and high school students.  The program offers a creative outlet for students to show what they know about safety matters that effect them, such as cyber bullying, dangerous driving decisions and much more.  The winners of the contest receive cash prizes for their school's art department.