~ This challenge expired April 22nd, 2020.
Due to the continuance of Covid, our Earth Day Challenge 2021 has been canceled.
Hope to see you here again in 2022 ~
Jay Austin was a visionary concerned with protecting our natural resources, our environment, our planet.
Tragically, at the age of 29, while cycling the world,
Jay was intentionally and brutally murdered in a terrorist attack in Tajikistan, Central Asia,
on July 29th, 2018,
simply because he was an American.
The Jay Austin Simply Be Kind Foundation Earth Day Challenge
This challenge opens April 1st
Submissions’ Deadline April 22, 2020 by Midnight
SHOW US YOUR QUAKING ASPEN TREE PLANTING
OR A NEW PLANTING OF ANY TREE THAT IS INDIGENOUS TO YOUR REGION
WIN GREEN BY GOING GREEN
$$$ WIN A $100 VISA GIFT CARD $$$
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and
in honor of Jay Austin,
The Jay Austin Simply Be Kind Foundation
is asking you plant a tree ..
in your yard, at our local park or school, etc., anywhere it’s legal. That’s it. For your good deed, you may enter to win a
$100 Visa gift card.
Simply post your photo of your new tree planting on your social media platform (twitter/facebook/instagram) using the hashtag #TJASBKFEarthDay
and send your photo of your new tree planting to firstname.lastname@example.org
and if, in your heart and your budget,
submit your voluntary $10 donation online to cover the prize cost at our 'support' page.
Your photo will be entered on the Jay Austin Simply Be Kind Foundation website (click here or visit the Earth Day Challenge Photo Gallery).
The general public will vote on your photo and whomever receives the most votes will win the $100 Visa gift card.
Photos should be at least approximately 700 x 400
Participants are not eligible to vote.
Only one vote permitted per voting public.
A minimum of 10 participants is required
or donations will be refunded if minimum is not reached
and prize will not be awarded.
So be creative with your tree planting. Show the world you care about your environment and protecting our planet.
Photos must be received by midnight on Earth Day,
April 22, 2020
to be eligible.
To donate to this challenge if you are participating or if supporting, click/tap the support button.
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Mention and/or photos of Lauren, the love of Jay's life, are intentionally excluded from this site, when possible, at the request of and out of respect for the privacy of her family. To learn about Jay and Lauren's amazing journey together, visit Jay's blog, 'Simply Cycling, Traveling The World By Bicycle' @ simplycycling.org.
Send comments/concerns/questions to Jea@SimplyJayAustin.com
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'I could die doing what I love, but I could also die never having really lived. To me, that would have been a far greater tragedy.' - Jay Austin
Jay really lived .. up until the very moment he was intentionally brutally murdered in a terrorist attack while cycling the world.
Jay lost his life simply because he was an American.
May 1st, 1989 - July 29th, 2018