Project Ace: Fun Contest

My name is Julia McAndrews, and working with Project ACE (Achieving, Connecting, and Empowering), a new collaboration between American Family Children’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin that is studying new ways to help children or young adults and their families live better with type 1 diabetes.

Project ACE (Achieving, Connecting, and Empowering) is studying new ways to help children or young adults and their families live better with type 1 diabetes. The name ACE comes from the project’s goal: achieving better A1c values and quality of life, connecting families with the best resources to help them manage their diabetes, and empowering children and families in their diabetes care.

To go along with the project ACE name, we are looking for some type of logo or graphic to promote the project. Any teen (up to age 18) may submit their design! To enter simply draw your design and send in your submission! Submissions can be sent to jcmcandrews@pediatrics.wisc.edu or by mail to Hard copies to:

Project ACE (c/o Elizabeth Cox)
H6/558, 4108 Clinical Science Center
600 Highland Ave.
Madison, WI 53792-4108
We cannot wait to see what your teens can do!