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Five ways to support WWF this Giving Tuesday!

You’ve probably heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but have you heard of Giving Tuesday? On December 1, join thousands of Canadians and individuals worldwide for this global day of giving. Whether you’re making a donation or volunteering your time, Giving Tuesday is a day to celebrate giving back. Here are five ways you can support WWF-Canada this Giving Tuesday.

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1. DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT – Make a donation and your gift will be matched!

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2. Symbolically adopt a species

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You can support WWF-Canada’s conservation efforts by symbolically adopting your favourite species.  Each wildlife adoption kit includes a high quality plush, personalized adoption certificate, stunning species poster, charitable tax receipt, and a reusable tote bag.

3. Volunteer your time

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As a WWF-Canada volunteer, your time, talents and skills help us maintain WWF’s mission: to stop the degradation of our planet’s natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

4. Host a fundraiser

Polar Bear pretzels for the bake sale © Bullfrog Power

Polar Bear pretzels for the bake sale © Bullfrog Power

Hosting a fundraising event can be fun and easy.  Plan a bake sale or raffle at your work place or school on Tuesday to help raise funds for WWF. 

5. Create a lasting legacy

A child in yellow raincoat looking up at temperate rainforest trees in Clayoquot Valley, British Columbia, Canada. © Mark HOBSON / WWF-Canada.

A child in yellow raincoat looking up at temperate rainforest trees in Clayoquot Valley, British Columbia, Canada. © Mark HOBSON / WWF-Canada.

By leaving a gift to WWF in your estate plans, you are making a commitment to the long-term sustainability of our Earth and home while helping to preserve the natural world you value for all it has given us.

To see the impact of your support, check out our 2015 Annual Report, which highlights our conservation efforts, made possible by you.

* Donations will be matched up to a total maximum amount of $45,000. 


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