Race for the Pandas!!
I'm fundraising for World Wildlife Fund by running in the NYC Half on March 20 as part of Panda Nation (that's really what our running group is called)! I might end up on the sweeper bus this year, but it will all be worth it to know that it made a difference.
Deforestation, climate change, water scarcity, illegal wildlife trade. They all Suck. Big time. What can we do about it? Support WWF!
WWF is looking out for the pandas and so many other parts of our complicated, abundant, and breathtaking ecosystem. They're showing up hard for our forests, our oceans, our fresh water, our wildlife, our energy supply, our food supply.
Your donation today will help make it possible to protect the future of nature and the pandas!
Thank you for giving what you can for the pandas, the capybaras, the pangolins, the sloths, the majestic big cats, the [insert your favorite animal here] and for our whole dang planet.
Below is a very real list of what your donation could fund*
$5 - enough bamboo for 1 panda's lunch
$20 - 1 nightcap and blanket for a sloth
$50 - shoes for 6 tree frogs
$75 - plants enough trees for a lemur colony
$100- stilts for the giraffe caretaker to bathe the giraffe
$200- a capybara spa day including yuzu fruit and a waterfall
*or not. I'm not a scientist.
If you donate you'll also get an animal doodle from yours truly.
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About World Wildlife Fund
For more than 60 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. As one of the world's leading conservation organizations, WWF works in nearly 100 countries and is supported by 1.3 million members in the United States and more than 5 million globally. Your donation through Panda Nation supports WWF's global conservation work.