Northwood Elementary – Awareness – 750
Today was the big day for the over 750 students at Northwood Elementary school in Roswell GA where everyone participated in the 1,000,000 Footprints To Save Africa campaign. Northwood decided to do the event in conjunction with the World Global March for Elephants and Rhinos to show the world they too support the protection of all endangered species.
School principal Dr. Ritu Ahuja was kind enough to all Olivia and Carter Ries to bring this important campaign to her students so we can share our work and the need to get everyone involved in animal conservation on a global basis. Preserving the animals of Africa not only ensures that future generations will be able to enjoy them, but also helps the African people themselves by helping to maintain the vital tourism industry which offers employment opportunities to so many passionate people and their families. Supporting the campaign and raising awareness about animal conservation also helps preserve their heritage.
If you would like us to help you host this amazing campaign at your school or community group, please contact us and we will make sure it happens.
We wish to thank everyone at Northwood Elementary School for their continued support of OMG and for caring 😉