Toyota’s Global Dream Car Art Contest 2024 Invites children to Shape the Future through Imagination ($ 5,000 IN GRANT)


Deadline: 1st March 2024

About Toyota Dream Car Contest

CFAO Motors is delighted to announce that it will be holding the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, a global initiative inviting children to unleash their creativity and envision the future of mobility through the power of art. Young dreamers aged 15 and under from across Uganda are invited to draw their dream cars, igniting their imaginations, and potentially seeing their vision on the world stage.

The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest has grown to be a treasured forum for developing the upcoming generation of creators, dreamers, and thinkers. The competition, which attracted over 8 million participants from 140 nations and regions, ignited innumerable imaginations and demonstrated the limitless potential of young brains.

The World Contest and the National Contest make up the contest.Every participating nation will host the National Contest. The Uganda contest has a deadline of March 1, 2024, for submissions. The top three artworks in each category will receive prizes, be crowned national champions, and be represented by Uganda in the World Contest, which will take place in Japan and pit dreamers from all over the world against each other.

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In each category, the World Contest winners will walk away with USD 5,000 for themselves and USD 10,000 for their school while the 1st and 2nd runners-up get USD 3,000 per winner.

At CFAO Motors, we believe in the power of dreams; every great idea was born in the glimmer of a dream, and under the Toyota brand, we hope that this activity will help nurture the creativity of the next generation of great inventors, thinkers, and dreamers,” says Isaac Tegule, Marketing Manager CFAO Motors.

CFAO Motors proudly brings this inspiring initiative to Uganda, offering a platform for local talent to shine. The contest is open to all Ugandan children aged 15 and under, divided into three categories:

  • Category 1: 7 years old or under
  • Category 2: 8-11 years old
  • Category 3: 12-15 years old

Participants can choose their medium, bringing their dream cars to life through traditional artwork or digital creations.

The entry form and artwork to be submitted by 1st March can be done electronically via email  or hand delivered to any CFAO Motors branches across the country, including CFAO MOTORS Namanve Head Office on Plot 668, Kampala Industrial and Business Park, Kampala Branch on Plot 1A & 1B First Street, Industrial Area, Kampala, Gulu Branch on Plot 18, Goma-Kitgum Road or P.O. Box 1340, Gulu, Mbale Branch on Plot 28 Mwanyi Road or P.O. Box 950, Mbale, and Buliisa Service Center on Plot 52, Block 3 Civic Cell, Buliisa Township. 

The submissions can also be made to the CFAO Motors Authorised Service Centres; Kampala Daks Limited located on Plot 64, Kira Road, Kamwokya (Opposite Uganda Museum) or P.O. Box 4871, Kampala, Uganda, Arua NN located on Arua – Pakwach Highway or P.O. Box 330 Arua, Uganda, Fort Portal Stitch & Sew on Plot 12/14 Mill Lane, Kabundaire or P.O. Box 532 Fort Portal, Uganda, and Mbarara Formula 21 Pitstop Auto Service on Plot 135, Block 7, Rwobuyenje, Mbarara.

CFAO Motors invites parents, guardians, educators, and all those who believe in the power of young dreams to join them in supporting the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest. Let’s ignite the imaginations of Ugandan children and watch their dreams take flight. Together, let’s drive the future of mobility, one dream car at a time.

Toyota’s Global Dream Car Art Contest Invites children to Shape the Future through Imagination

For further details and the contest’s history, please Visit the Toyota dream car Global website . | Toyota’s Global Dream Car Art Contest 2024


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