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We asked nine four and five year-olds to answer the question: "What would a world look like with few trees and with many trees?" They expressed themselves with bright bold acrylic paint and words to make us all think. Take a look at the inspiring, cute, and sometimes funny results.
Let's start a conversation about trees! Share this video with your family and friends and please donate to plant more trees for their future! (Donations are processed securely and tax receipts issued by CanadaHelps.)
Donations of all sizes are important. Here are examples of how far your donation goes:
|A donation of:||Can buy:|
|$10||3 native tree seedlings to be given away to Londoners to plant in their yards|
|$25||a tree in a park|
|$50||a small tree for a schoolyard|
|$100||outreach at a community event where free trees and information are distributed|
|$500||a large shade tree planted by students at their school|
|$5000||400 trees planted in a baby woodland in a park|
Large or small, every single donation goes toward planting their future today!
Thank you to London Bridge Child Care and the nine wonderful young artists for their time, thoughts and passion. Thanks also to Artist in Residence Sylvia Curtis-Norcross, who led the children through the creative and imaginative process and Educators Lindsey Sparkes and Andrea Dewhurst.
A huge thank you to Adam Caplan from web.isod.es donating his skills and time shooting and producing the video.Thank you to Museum London for the use of the Clare Bice Creative Centre for this important video shoot.
Thank you the people who spoke about the children's art project at A Toast to Trees. In order of appearance: Joni Baechler, Councillor, City of London; Janet Frood, Horizon Leadership Institute; Danielle Balan, Hummingbird Homestead; Michael Rosen, President, Tree Canada; Deanie Markvoort; and Anne Marie Coughlin, London Bridge Child Care.
"The opportunity to express the values we share as a community at London Bridge Child Care with Reforest London and the Million Tree Challenge has been amazing! In our work we see everyday the insight and wisdom of children that we as adults often lose sight of. Children are not only citizens of the future, they are citizens today, and they have lots to tell us about making their community safe, happy, and healthy." ~Sylvia Curtis-Norcross
Below are some images from the children's art video shoot.