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Antalis sets global education goal

Antalis has joined forces with Arjowiggins Graphic on a global project aimed at helping children continue their education in a safe environment.

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Customers will be able to see live updates from the build site as more players get involved, with building to be completed once the game reaches 5,000 players

Focused on Haiti, the project forms part of the Antalis and Arjowiggins Graphic annual Cyclus campaign. This year, the initiative will raise funds to help rebuild and re-equip Bon Berger School in the southern part of Haiti that was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in 2016.
 
Antalis customers can support the effort by playing an interactive online game. When they complete a task such as rebuilding the playground, walls, and rooftop of the school, they will contribute to the actual school rehabilitation.

Katie Farr, head of marketing, print and visual communications at Antalis, says: “This year’s initiative is especially important as it will directly help the 420 children in Haiti who attend the Bon Berger School. 

Every child deserves the right to receive an education in a safe and suitable environment


“Every child deserves the right to receive an education in a safe and suitable environment and we hope that our support will not only raise awareness about their situation but also help other children in a similar position. 

“This collaboration enables us and everyone involved to make a genuine difference to these children and we encourage our customers to play a part in the rebuilding process by taking part in the online game.”

Lisa Gaspar, communication manager of Un Enfant par la Main, member of Childfund Alliance, adds: “Our mission of ensuring that every child, regardless of background, has the opportunity to grow with dignity, to learn and to have a future, is dependent on the support and collaboration of companies like Arjowiggins Graphic and Antalis.”


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