What Home Means to Me

What Home Means to Me Poster Contest for 2023 Calendar

Fargo Housing is participating in the 2023 What Home Means to Me poster contest! The contest, hosted by NAHRO’s Housing America campaign, is held each year for children and young adults ranging from ages 5-18 years old, residing in affordable housing and community developments. Participants are encouraged to create posters and accompanying statements that reflect the national theme of “What Home Means to Me.” The posters need to be returned to the main office located at 325 Broadway N. Fargo, ND 58102 by Monday, May 10th. For any questions please call us at 701.293.6262 and ask for Ashley.

The application does need to be filled out to be able to be submitted for the contest.

Two of our community members, Gabriel and Jasmine, were selected in the 2021 WHMTM National! The artwork was created, and highlighted as the April and June months pictured to the right.

Stay Tuned for the 2022 Submissions!

See below for last years submissions.

What Home Means to Me Poster Contest Winners

Elementary Poster Winners

Elementary First Place Winner!

Home is where it’s peaceful, honesty, sweet, comfort. I love my house because it gives me a roof over my head and have a place to sleep and do other things. I am happy to call the place “home.” My poster is about how I feel about my home.

Elementary Second Place Winner!

Having a home is nice because I live with amazing people that care for me. I’m grateful have room and place I get to watch TV.

Elementary Third Place Winner!

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Middle School Poster Submissions

Middle School First Place Winner!

What home means to me is because there is family who cares for me love me are heart warming nice who help me when I am sick who cook for me feed me put a roof over my head give me a bed to sleep that why home means so much to me.

Middle School Second Place Winner!

I like house. This house is very good. I like apple tree.

Middle School Third Place Winner!

House so good. I like this house. It is a please to eat, sleep and be happy with my family.

High School Poster Submissions

High School First Place Winner!

Home is a place I ca be with family, relax and make memories. The true meaning of home to me is God, He is my provider and my shelter. The love I get from the most high is a true meaning of feeling at home. “For every house is built by someone, but God is the builder of everything Hebrews 3:4”