Leading Change - It starts with you

Chomp -

Ended 31 August 2014

A special 2 month exhibition, fund raising, education & awareness event. Raising funds and creating awareness about wildlife trafficking and the conservation of animals and the oceans. The event will also garner support for the organizations and people protecting biodiversity in Thailand and beyond.

CHOMP, a small comfort cafe and art gallery in Bangkok is hosting the event as an example of how anyone can be a direct part of Leading Change. No matter how big or small we may be, we all have the power to make and bring about conscious transformations. 

The whole affair will include a variety of awareness and fundraising activities which will engage the public and private sectors. We will be actively gaining support from local restaurants and business to buy products directly from the farms.

There will be nightly documentary screenings, special weekly occasions, talks, competitions and more, in both Thai and English. We are approaching local and international schools based in Bangkok to campaign to Lead Change by providing information and education which will be followed up by getting the children to help collect pledges from businesses to stop using Shark Fin products and make sustainable choices that benefit local communities and the environment.

Organizations taking part

Freeland Foundation
A frontline counter-trafficking organization working for a world that is free of wildlife trafficking and human slavery.

Surviving Together
Freeland's Protected Area Support program works closely with protected area managers, rangers, and communities adjacent to parks to achieve conservation goals. 

Running conservation programmes in Britain and over 50 countries worldwide; the conservation of wild animals and their natural habitats is fundamental to their mission. They work with local communities to conserve their environment and promote sustainability.

Love Wildlife Foundation
A non-profit foundation registered in the country of Thailand, and in the State of Texas (U.S.A.) as a foreign non-profit. They work hard at educating the younger generations about the importance of wildlife and their connection to the world we all live in.

Ocean Artists Society
Using ocean art to inspire people around the world to a greater awareness of our need to preserve our natural world.

Fin Free Thailand
A grassroots campaign encouraging businesses not to serve shark fin, in order to protect endangered sharks and consumers’ health. Celebrities, activists, divers, hotel and restaurant owners, chefs and students are joining hands to encourage more businesses in Thailand to go ‘Fin Free’. 

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Thanon Lamphu Sam Sen Soi 1 Bangkok, Thailand 10200

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