Are you passionately pro-life and artistically inclined? Can you use your writing talents to be a voice for the voiceless?
Enter Right to Life of Indianapolis’ student contests for your chance to win up to $250 in prize money for yourself, plus an additional $250 for your school, church or home-school organization.
Your essay, artwork or speech could be featured at the Annual Celebrate Life Dinner October 1.
We have four sets of grade levels for our Essay contest: 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th & 10th grade, and 11th & 12th Grade.
The winning essay of each grade level contest is published in the dinner program for our October 1, Celebrate Life Dinner. Plus, you could earn up to $250 for yourself, and an additional $250 for your sponsoring organization.
Download the application for eligibility requirements and to see this year’s essay topics.
Junior High Contest Rules: Letterhead 2019 Junior High Contest Rules
Junior High Application: Letterhead 2019 Junior High Application
High School Contest Rules: Letterhead 2019 High School Contest Rules
High School Application: Letterhead 2019 High School Application
Contest Rules: 2019 Student Letter for Art Contest
Application: 2019 Art Contest Application
Contest Rules: 2019 RTLI Speech Contest Rules
Application: 2019 Speech Application Form
Have you made a pro-life impact through your activities and service during high school? Right to Life of Indianapolis wants to honor you with the Joan Byrum Memorial Pro-Life Scholarship.
This $1,000 scholarship was begun in 2007 to recognize and develop pro-life convictions and leadership among students in the Indianapolis area.
The scholarship assists a student who has shown pro-life commitment and involvement during high school and dedication to the pro-life philosophy as they continue their education in college or a vocational program.
Applicants must be graduating high school seniors from Marion County or any of the “doughnut” counties.
Download the Scholarship Application for more information and eligibility requirements.
Application: 2019 Application for Scholarship