OMG cordially invites you to join us for a screening of the award winning documentary, Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
The Fulton Education Foundation recently announced that One More Generation was chosen as the 2013 Prestigious Partner of the Year Award.
Olivia and Carter will be visiting South Africa from Oct 25, 2013 and will be partnering with the Green Wall of Africa and RHINO SA. A film crew will document their journey.
Plastic Pollution is considered one of the largest environmental threats to communities and animals around the world.
Olivia and Carter were recently invited to come and present to the students at Northwood Elementary School. School Principal Dr. Ritu Ahuja, and Asst. Principal Ms. Nikol Boyd, invited the kids to come and share their story about how they started OMG and about their latest initiative the Rhino Letter Writing Campaign.
Olivia and Carter were invited to speak at Shandon UMC in Columbia SC over the weekend and we had an amazing group of almost 200 church members join our presentation. The kids delivered a message to the congregation about the need for everyone to get involved with caring for ALL of God’s creations.
This year OMG founders Olivia and Carter were invited to speak at the event to some of the many visitors and help them understand the need to get involved with trying to help save bats all across the United States.
One More Generation is proud to announce we’ve been selected as a finalist in Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good Program. Now we need your support! Tell your friends and vote for One More Generation at www.100carsforgood.com on Thursday June 28th.
Ever since we were down in the Gulf during the BP oil spill where we first learned about Plastic Pollution, OMG founders Olivia and Carter have been doing everything they can to share their knowledge on the issue while trying to encourage others to get involved.
OMG had several volunteers on hand to help spread the word about our Plastic Awareness Week curriculum program and we were sincerely overwhelmed by the amount of interest from families, students and even teachers and church groups.