Educational Program Towards Animal Friendly Communities
PAWZITIVE is an educational interactive program created by Let's be S.M.A.R.T. The aim of the program is to educate adults and children about animals, their importance and benefits for us humans, teaching them how to care for animals and understand the importance of creating communities which are compassionate, respectful, loving and caring for animals.
The program is being taught by PAWZITIVE volunteers, both adults and children.
Let's be S.M.A.R.T. has also developed special program for children (the SMART Kids Team) in which they will learn in fun and educative ways about animals by teaming up with specific tasks and activities related to helping and caring for animals.
If you are interested in our PAWZITIVE Program to please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's be S.M.A.R.T. is working towards global animal welfare.
We made this video on behalf of our Greece Let's Be S.M.A.R.T. project where children there are what will shape our future regarding animal welfare. We have created the SMART Kids Team and will be taking on our streets in Greece to make it a better place for our stray animals along with educational material that will help the children understand the benefits of and responsibilities for animals. Enjoy watching & please share!!!
Compassion and dedication are what makes things possible!
Here is what parents of children from our Greek SMART Kids Team said:
"Thank you so much you did a great job!!!!!!! I hope your animal project has a big success!!!!"
--- Giota S. (mom of our little animal hero George, who adopted rescue kitty Gandalf from our Greek sanctuary)
We are excited to announce that on April 28, 2018 the PAWZITIVE program will take off in New York City within a charity & street fair event organized by Let's be S.M.A.R.T. in collaboration with the „Elements Preschool“, a nature based school in the Lower East Side.
The event is free and open to children and adults who want to learn more about the importance of animals in our life, their care, and their welfare.
For more information about the event please click here.