Camp Pawikan

Trick-or-treat in the city takes on a different form as we brought the kids closer to #nature through “Camp Pawikan.” Our head office staff’s children did not only collect treats plastics-free through their DIY paper bags, but also “explored the outdoors” in their scout uniforms and learned about the different animals found in the wild and the threats that they face. All of them pledged afterwards to help #protectwildlife.

As city kids spend most of their time in the concrete jungle, learning about the #environment may be a bit challenging. But with a little bit
of imagination, we can transport them to our forests and oceans, and awaken them to their ecological footprints. The future of the planet, after all, is in their hands.

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