More than 87 children participate in the painting contest of SAVE Wildlife Poland

More than 87 children participate in the painting contest of SAVE Wildlife Poland

SAVE Wildlife Poland Country Director Dr. Roman Gula: “I am overwhelmed by the huge response.”

More than 87 children responded to the call of SAVE Wildlife Poland to participate in an internal painting contest of the GOTEC Group company and submitted their self-painted pictures on the theme “Why should we protect nature?”.

The GOTEC Group with its plants in Środa Śląska and Jastrzębie has been supporting the SAVE Foundation for more than 10 years, primarily promoting educational programs on the subject of species conservation in schools and kindergartens. For GOTEC’s CEO, Lars Gorschlüter, it is a special concern to point out the topics of biodiversity and scarcity of resources and to raise awareness among the young generation for their surroundings and the environment from an early age.

As part of this collaboration between SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund and GOTEC Group, employees’ children and grandchildren were invited to draw their favorite animals. “This action was intended to make children reflect and, in this way, reveal their views toward conservation.” With projects like wolf conservation in Poland, SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund is building bridges for future generations.

Magda Strzała, coordinator of the competition summarizes: “It is impressive to see what great ideas the children have and with what creativity and attention to detail they have dealt with the question of how we can all contribute to the protection of the planet.” 13-year-old Wiktoria also explains enthusiastically: “We have to protect nature, because otherwise animals will die out, entire forests will be lost, and there won’t be enough drinking water for all the people in the world”.

We would like to thank all the children who contributed to this campaign.