World Wildlife Fund (WWF) launched its first ever holiday gift catalog on Thursday, enabling us to choose gifts that will support WWF conservation projects around the world.
The catalog, which is available online and in full color brochure, includes gifts such as:
- apparel and accessories
- animal adoptions
- gift adoption cards
All animal adoptions come with a formal adoption certificate, a color photo of the adopted animal and a species description card. In addition to these items, adoptions of $100 or more come with a soft animal plush representative of the species adopted, a WWF gift box and a custom frame which displays the adoption certificate and photo.
In addition to the gift package sent in the mail, all online donations of any amount come with a free online premium package, which includes a personalized electronic adoption certificate, screensavers, wallpaper and AIM icons all customized to the animal adopted
Prices for most gifts range from between $25 and $250. But if you’re feeling extra generous you could purchase an “extraordinary gift”…
Feeling generous? Extraordinary gifts range from between $1,000 and $3,500,000 (yes, that’s 3.5 million dollars!)
Extraordinary gifts enable you to contribute directly to a WWF program or project. For example, you could choose to:
- endow a long-term solution to protecting endangered tigers in key tiger protection areas around the world
- relocate bison or rhinos to a wildlife protected area
- purchase a set of sea turtle or pygmy elephant tracking collars to monitor their populations
- outfit anti-poaching patrols
- provide turtle-friendly fishing gear
- help indigenous communities develop sustainable livelihoods
- and much more
Terry Macko, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of World Wildlife Fund said ”Supporting WWF this holiday season by giving the gift of nature conservation is a unique and meaningful way to demonstrate compassion and thoughtfulness into next year and for years to come,”
“WWF donations through the holiday gift program help address urgent conservation needs.”
By purchasing a gift from the WWF holiday catalog, you can help save some of the most endangered species from extinction.
You can access the WWF holiday catalog at www.worldwildlife.org/gifts