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Visual Arts Contest 2023

Donate Life Connecticut is happy to announce the 33rd Annual Erica Grossman High School Visual Arts Contest Award Winners.  Since 1990, tens of thousands of high school students have participated in Donate Life Connecticut’s Annual Visual Arts Contest, helping to further organ donation awareness and promote the DLC mission to more Connecticut communities.

The contest is held each year with the goal of  encouraging high school students to learn the importance of Organ and Tissue Donation, giving the student a personal perspective on the importance of the message of Donate Life CT.

Students in grades 9-12 who are enrolled in an Connecticut High School, icluding public, private, magnet, and parachial, are invited to participate.

There were countless amazing submissions this year and we are happy to announce the award winners here. The winners were invited to a celebration at the State Capital on Wednesday, May 17, 2023, where they were recognized and honored by DLC and State Representative, Jeff Currey, whio is also a DLC Board Member.

Congratulations to our 2023 Award Winners​

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First Place
Jasmid Martinez

Bullard Havens Technical High

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Tony Award
Summer Austin

Holy Cross High School (Waterbury)

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First Runner Up
Nora Azarine

Bullard Havens Technical High

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Honorable Mention

Alexis Hachac Perez

Branford High School

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Second Runner Up

Trezzure Roberson

Bullard Havens Technical High

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Honorable Mention

Danielle Perez

New Britain High School

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Youth Advocate Award

John Dexter

Norwich Free Academy

Awards Ceremony at State Capital

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