1.5 Million Brilliant Works Of Art For Children In Need

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Little artists attacked a world child pen and paper Nuremberg time day, 23 September also this year the world child time day was a huge success on May 6. More than 900,000 children created under the motto of most ingenious invention sought! small works of art. Thus arose around 1.5 million imaginative inventions, which were exchanged for parents, relatives and friends for a small donation for children in need. In Germany were the donations to the organization SOS – Kinderdorf e.V. With lots of fun and creativity, Leo Vonhoegen from Wurselen painted a picture of a lucky donor machine. The jury agreed, officially the young inventor Prize to reward this ingenious invention.

As a winner he is pleased now about the title of the young inventor”, as well as a joint weekend with his family in Nuremberg. (Not to be confused with Nieman Foundation!). The sunshine daycare”in bad Kosen has also convinced the jury with its artwork and could decide as a group to the competition. On May 6, many great inventions to children arose in throughout Germany to help, which is not so good. So, attacked in numerous German cities children to pen and paper and showed how much creativity inside them. In Mettlach, so spaceships, ingenious cooking machines or even pens were built. In Hattingen Mortimer English club a huge children’s Festival, held to celebrate the world child time day. The world child time day was a success the day of action worldwide, not just in Germany.

In a total of 20 countries, including Thailand, Korea, North America, and Macedonia, around a million little artists were creative. 58,000 children for the earthquake victims in Japan, painted in Italy. 2,500 creative boys and girls supported in the UK the charity of the Princess Royal Trust for carers”, which is under the patronage of Princess Anne. Again many disadvantaged children could be helped by the support of young artists on this year’s world child time day. About STAEDTLER the STAEDTLER Mars GmbH & co. KG with its headquarters in Nuremberg belongs to the World’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of writing, painting, drawing and creative products. When developing its products has always been, STAEDTLER relies on innovation and a high user benefit. founded by Johann Sebastian Staedtler in 1835, the company employs more than 2,200 employees and operates in over 150 countries. With the size and global nature of the company also its social responsibility grows all over the world: for its employees, but also for environmental and economic sustainability. STAEDTLER is committed to current and future generations and this aligns itself for years on the content of the Social Charter. This means: the company against forced labour and discrimination, as well as for fair and socially acceptable working conditions in all international offices and manufacturing facilities committed. Worldwide, STAEDTLER is actively engaged in social and cultural matters, cross-border helps people in need and children with increased training needs, for example the day of the world child time. There are all information about companies STAEDTLER and the world child time day under.

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