TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Big Bend’s Second Harvest is raising awareness of hunger through art.

“Second Harvest” is launching a public creativity competition.

It’s part of their 40th anniversary celebration.

The content is called the picture of the end of hunger.

Raising awareness of food insecurity while encouraging students to imagine a world where no one has to go without food.

CEO Monique Ellsworth says it’s also about highlighting these kids in our communities.

Persons aged 5 to 18 take part in the competition.

Works can be downloaded from the Second Harvest website.

The top 40 winners will be published on the Second Harvest website and social media pages.