Registration is Now Open for SC Johnson Professional’s 2020 Happy Hands Contest

By SC Johnson Professional

Registration for the Happy Hands dispenser design contest is now open. The contest promotes the importance of handwashing and sanitizing at school by encouraging K-8 students to use their creative skills and imagination to design a custom soap/sanitizer dispenser. Schools can enter the contest online at now through November 30.

With hand hygiene now being more important than ever, it’s critical to keep it top of mind in schools. Happy Hands contest allows students to express their artistic side while still learning the importance of having clean, healthy hands and preventing the spread of germs.

The Happy Hands dispenser design contest is open to all K-8 schools in Canadian provinces and territories except Quebec. Each student may submit one dispenser design. The first 50 teachers to submit 15 or more student designs will receive a prize basket that includes a variety of SC Johnson products to keep classrooms clean and organized, such as SC Johnson Professional® Hand Sanitizer, Refresh® Azure FOAM hand soap, Ziploc® brand Bags, Windex® Original Blue and much more.

There will be two categories for K-5th grade and 6th-8th grade. Submissions will be evaluated for visual appeal, overall hand hygiene design, creativity and unique design elements. Designs must be submitted via mail and postmarked by November 30. Finalists in each category will be announced on February 2, 2021 and the public can then vote for their favourite designs. Voting closes on February 28, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. ET. See below for contest rules.

The official grand prize winner announcement will be made in April 2021. The design with the most votes in each category will receive the top prize, which includes $1,000 for the two grand prize winners’ school, a $300 gift card for each student, and up-to 500 manual soap/sanitizer dispensers featuring the winning design.

Visit the Happy Hands website to view the full Official Rules. After registering for the contest, schools will receive all colouring templates and free hand washing educational materials for their students. Schools can register at