Oxfam needs kids to front Dressed By The Kids Day - entries by 26 Feb

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allyslife31 Wed 10-Feb-16 10:04:49

Hi Mumsnet friends with primary school aged children. I'm working with Oxfam on its inaugural first Dressed By The Kids Day 2016. We are looking for kids to be the face of the campaign. Does your child old like to dress up (and dress you up)? Are they vocal about style? Do you have to rein them in when they want to choose a wacky outfit to leave the house?!

We are currently searching the length and breadth of the country for budding young stars to be the face of Dressed by the Kids Day, an exciting new fundraising event from Oxfam.
Dressed By The Kids Day, which launches in March and takes place on 29th April 2016, aims to unite families in a day of fun, by letting the kids choose their parents’ outfits for one day only.
This major new fundraising event will attract national attention, with the faces of our campaign appearing on TV, radio and in print media. We are looking for confident chatterboxes, who have big opinions and love acting up in front of the camera.

The finer details of the event are under wraps until the grand unveiling in March, but in the meantime parents are encouraged to submit auditions for their child to become the face of this campaign. Send entries to Entries@oxfam.org.uk

To enter, simply send a short video (maximum 90 second) of your child describing their favourite fancy dress outfit. Perhaps you have a mini Spiderman on your hands, another Elsa or just a very eclectic dresser? No matter how wacky the wardrobe, we want to hear from you.
Move over Harper Beckham!
Send your entry video, along with a portrait image and contact details to entries@oxfam.org.uk
Entries are open from Monday 8th February to Monday 22nd February. An expert panel will select finalists and winners will to be notified by Friday 26th February.

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