It's easy, so if contests usually overwhelm you, fear not!
“Head to ItGetsBetter.org before December 5th and show us what gives your life meaning through your art,” Clarkson explained. “I’ll choose the winner and the winning design will be printed on a limited edition postcard with a signed note from me.”
A signed postcard from Kelly Clarkson? Yes, please!
If art isn’t your thing, don’t worry. You can still help out!
“Starting December 12th, the first 250 people to donate $50 to the It Gets Better Project will get a 10 pack of these postcards with my signed note,” Clarkson said. “Thanks for your support!”
The music video and fan art contest are both amazing ways to tell youth that their voices matter, and they're being heard.
It Gets Better Project has grown significantly since its launch, and the YouTube channel has over 54,000 subscribers.
So many lives have been touched by Clarkson’s music and the It Gets Better Project, that it makes sense the two would team up.
It also serves as a great reminder that there is good in this world, despite everything.
It’s easy to consume negativity from the news each day. Both the It Gets Better Project and Clarkson’s music video feel not only encouraging, but necessary.
Watch Kelly's inspiring video here:
If you’d like to enter the fan art contest, look no further than clicking this link!
And if you’d like to donate to the project, you can click right here.
If you’re feeling lost or sad, just remember that there are always people in your corner rooting for you. It’ll get better.