Create your own calendar!

TitelbildHelp building bridges around the world! Engage your school class or youth group in an unique worldwide calendar project!

Mongolians see books as a “window to the world”. Books allow us to learn about and from others. They broaden our horizons and build bridges between cultures. In the past three years, we have collected a lot of books for our learning centers in Mongolia and Cambodia. With our activities, we aim to build bridges between school classes, scout groups, companies and individuals around the world.

To strengthen these bridges, we would like to invite you to participate in our “2014 Calendar Project”. The idea is that individuals from around the world create one page of a calendar which can then be shared and enjoyed by everyone around the world.

It’s easy to participate
Get a piece of paper, start painting, scribbling or writing around our theme: “What do I want to be? How do I imagine my future?”

Scan the page or put it into an envelope and send it to the follow address:

Snail mail: Mildenberger Verlag, Calendar Project, Postfach 2020, 77610 Offenburg, Germany

Deadline for submission is June 15, 2013.

The format
You are free to use the upper two thirds of an A4 page in portrait mode. Your submission can be a drawing, a collage, a crossword, a manual to do handicrafts, etc.  Trust your own creativity.

The theme
Your submission should refer to the theme of “What do I want to become? How do I imagine my future?”

The language
The calendar pages can be done in German, English, Mongolian and Khmer.

The prize
The 12 most creative submissions will be published in the print version of our 2014 Calendar. The calendar will be available for download as PDF as well.

The partner
The calendar project was initiated by our partner Mildenberger Verlag. Geiger/Igepa Group supports us with printing paper.

In case of any further questions, please contact Christine at .

We are looking forward to your create ideas!



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