The Elizabeth Dole Foundation has launched a virtual “Military Kids Have Talent” contest to spotlight the children and survivors of the nation’s military service members and veterans.
“Military Kids Have Talent” is designed to give children a stage for sharing their skills and talents, and give audiences nationwide a chance to celebrate them.
“During COVID-19, many military families have faced even greater uncertainty and stress than in their regular day-to-day lives,” Steve Schwab, CEO of the Elizabeth Dole Foundation said in a release. “Kids can definitely feel this, and we want to give them a chance to have fun and be recognized for who they are.”
Contest entries will be accepted until June 12, and following that deadline, the foundation will host a virtual viewing party for the public to watch talent submissions and vote for their favorites.