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Project Artwork

Every year, the Auxiliary to Driscoll Children's Hospital sponsors "Project Artwork". This program allows patients and their siblings (up to age 21) to submit their creative artwork for consideration to be used for holiday artwork, cards, and t-shirts. A special Angel picture is also chosen yearly to be used for the holiday Angel charm.

Proceeds from the sales will benefit Driscoll Children's Hospital patient programs and scholarships. Since the program began, it has raised over $100,000 for scholarships given to Driscoll Oncology and Cardiology patients.
A special committee of Driscoll volunteers selects at least 5 pieces of artwork to be used for holiday cards.

The artists selected receive:
  • 5 packets of cards to share with friends and families
  • framed certificate
  • $20 Gift Certificate to Toys 'R' Us
  • the opportunity to participate in DCH media interviews and promotional events in order to promote the sale of the cards

Holiday card and angel charm art submissions must be received no later than May 1st of each year. If received after May 1st, art submissions will be considered for the following year.


HOW TO PARTICIPATE:



STEP ONE - Complete the Participation and Photo/Media Release Form

STEP TWO - Create your masterpiece! Here are some ideas to get you started:
  • traditional end-of-year holiday images including, but not limited to: Santa Claus, reindeer, Christmas trees, a menorah, wreaths, manger scenes, snowman, snowflakes, angels, presents, poinsettias, etc.
  • non-traditional end-of-year holiday images including, but not limited to: South Texas Christmas, Santa with a sombrero, Cactus decorated as a Christmas tree with a Santa hat, etc.
  • patriotic/world peace images including, but not limited to: U.S. Flag, dove, etc.
  • unique South Texas holiday images: Santa with a sombrero or cactus decorated as a Christmas tree with a Santa hat
  • Texas theme: stars, boots, hats, oil rigs/wells, longhorn cattle, Texas flag and state map and sunshine
  • marine theme: star fish, colorful fish, dolphins, underwater scenes, kelp, beach, shells, palm trees and coastal Texas
  • other calendar months - Valentine's Day (hearts, love, puppy love, love words spelled out), St. Patrick's Day (shamrocks, luck, gold, leprechauns), Easter/Spring (colored eggs, bunnies, butterflies, flowers) July 4th (patriotic, freedom images) Halloween/Fall (haunted houses, ghosts, witches, pumpkins, leaves)

STEP THREE - Create your art on white unlined paper. You may use watercolor paint, acrylic paint, crayon markers, finger paint or collage.

STEP FOUR - Submit your artwork:
  • Driscoll patients may enter as many times as desired
  • artwork can be created while visiting Driscoll Children's Hospital or at home
  • please label the back of the artwork with patient's name, age, home phone number, city of residence and reason for visiting Driscoll
  • please staple the signed "Participation and Photo/Media Release" to the artwork
  • drop off entries to the hospital in the department you are visiting or at the Welcome Center in the main lobby or mail to:
    Driscoll Children's Hospital,
    Attn: Volunteer Services,
    3533 S. Alameda St.
    Corpus Christi, TX 78411

QUESTIONS: Call (361) 694-5011 or (800) DCH-LOVE



Contact Information


Driscoll Children's Hospital
Volunteer Services

3533 S. Alameda Street
Corpus Christi, Texas 78411

(361) 694-5011
(800) DCH-LOVE or (800) 324-5683


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(800) 735-2989
Lucas shows off his holiday design that was used for greeting cards and a T-shirt.
This Valentine card was designed by a Driscoll patient.
Every year Driscoll honors our holiday card artists with a party where they are given the red-carpet treatment.
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