Last Chance To Paint

About our NGO partner

Last Chance To Paint is investing in our future by inspiring children to take personal action to lessen their impact on the world. We connect children to the environment using art & exhibit their work in our World Gallery to highlight what we all stand to lose and to raise their awareness around climate change, extinction events and the loss of habitat and tribal culture.

What we do at Last Chance To Paint

We champion equality, love, creativity, the environment and our future

Founded by artist John Dyer, ‘Last Chance to Paint’ is a non-political not for profit project. The project champions the equality of tribal culture, biodiversity, wildlife and ethnobotany through creativity.

​The project aims to raise positive awareness of environmental issues by engagement in the arts to create deep personal connections to the natural world, tribal groups and culture in school-aged children around the world.

Where we are able to, the project will enable tribal people to paint their environment, story and represent their culture through their eyes and traditions by providing art materials and the resulting paintings will be used to inspire children from around the world to connect to tribal culture and the environment.

We aim to build the largest online art gallery of children’s art inspired by the environment and tribal culture in the world.

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“Connecting children to the environment using art is really powerful as it gives them a strong bond and reason to take action against climate change."