FYSB Mural Contest
2016 Mural Contest Third-Place Winner: 'One Step at a Time'
Congratulations to Wichita Children's Home, third-place winner of the 2016 Family and Youth Services Bureau Runaway and Homeless Youth Mural Contest.
2016 Mural Contest Second-Place Winner: 'Correcting the Ship'
Congratulations to Mendocino County Youth Project, second-place winner of the 2016 Family and Youth Services Bureau Runaway and Homeless Youth Mural Contest.
2016 Mural Contest Winner: 'From Homeless to Hopeful and Stable'
Congratulations to Community Access Unlimited in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Their artists took first place in the 2016 Family and Youth Services Bureau Runaway and Homeless Youth Mural Contest.
Presenting the 2014 Runaway and Homeless Youth Program Mural Contest Winners
The Family & Youth Services Bureau's annual mural contest this year drew nine inspiring, youth-made designs from Runaway and Homeless Youth Program grantees around the country.
2013 Mural Contest Finalist: 'You’re Not Alone'
Congratulations to YMCA Safe Place Services in Louisville, KY, the finalists in this year's Family and Youth Services Bureau Mural Contest! Click through to see their design and read their essay.
2013 Mural Contest Winner: Ascending From Despair to Hope
Congratulations to Bridge Over Troubled Waters in Boston, winners of the 2013 Family and Youth Services Bureau Mural Contest! Click through to see their winning design and essay.
Enter the 2013 FYSB Mural Contest – Empower Youth and Brighten Your Space
The FYSB mural contest for runaway and homeless youth is back! Here are tips and guidelines for programs that want to enter, and links to last year's winning entries.
Mural Contest Winner: Colorado Teens Take a Stand Against Youth Homelessness
Congratulations to the Colorado Rural Collaborative Youth Leadership Team, which has won the 2012 FYSB Mural Contest for Runaway and Homeless Youth. Youth from nine youth-serving agencies across the state designed the team's mural in honor of National Runaway Prevention Month and National Homeless Youth Awareness Month in November.
Mural Contest Second Place Winner: A Lifeline to Those in Need
Sea Haven's Transitional Living Program, serving youth in Horry County, SC, won second place in the 2012 FYSB Mural Contest for their drawing of a battered hand reaching out for help.
Mural Contest Third Place Winner: Tree of Life, Growth and Change
Sasha Bruce YouthWork, Inc., based in Washington, DC, won third place in the 2012 FYSB Mural Contest for their symbolic drawing of a "family tree."