As a supporter of Children’s Health Camps since 1929, New Zealand Post is proud to lend a hand once again with the 2011 Children’s Health stamp issue. Te Puna Whaiora – the New Zealand Foundation for Child and Family Health and Development – specialises in helping at-risk children aged five to 12 to overcome barriers [...]
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The artwork of the postage stamp originates from the national art competition MONTH OF CHILDREN’S CREATION conducted by professor Karol Ondrei?ka. The competition’s topic I WILL DRAW A FLOWER CHILDREN’S STAMP was suggested by Martin Van?o. The national art competition is dedicated to both physically and mentally handicapped children regardless of age. The first chairman [...]
Sweden Post is making a serious commitment to social responsibility by issuing a charity stamp every year. The first beneficiary is Save the Children. Breve Danmark has issued annual charity stamps since 1959. As part of Posten Norden’s efforts to expand the reach of its corporate responsibility, the Swedish organisation will also begin to offer [...]
Croatian post issued a stamp dedicated to the International Children’s Festival in Šibenik, held for the first time in1958, which became an important multimedia cultural manifestation with international character and a kind of review of the best production for children, as well as the best creations by children themselves. A stimulus for play, an invocation [...]
Thailand post issued a set of four stamps of Khun Chang-Khun Phaen as a part of National Children’s Day. Khun Chang-Khun Phaen, a traditional Thai literature narrative, is about a love triangle between one woman (Wanthong) and two men (Khun Chang-Khun Phaen). It is believed to be based on a true story from the Ayutthaya [...]
India Post issued a set of four stamps and a Miniature Sheet on the occasion of Children’s Day.
Norway Post issued a set of stamps Mormor og de åtte ungene (Grandma and the Eight Children) as stamp subject for Europa 2010.
India post issued a stamp honoring the Cathedral and John Connon School, undoubtedly one of the most prestigious educational institutions in this country.
India post issued a stamp oh the Doon School, a very well-known and among the best Schools in India.