WWF protect species – symbolic species adoption


Dear Rusty,You can have an extraordinary, positive impact on our natural world. When you help WWF protect species, you contribute to a thriving, healthy planet.Animal populations are disappearing at an alarming rate. But even in the face of threats like poaching, deforestation and pollution, we’re creating a better future for wildlife every day—thanks to support from people like you.

Wildlife of all shapes and sizes inspires us, but we focus our efforts on the species whose protection also supports the survival of other species, or helps us protect whole landscapes or marine areas.

You can help make a difference with a symbolic species adoption for animals like these:

Giant panda

Tiger

Elephant

Gorilla

Sea turtle

Polar bear

Rhino

Whale

Protecting these species contributes to a thriving, healthy planet for people and all living creatures—from forests that slow climate change and filter water to oceans that provide more than one-sixth of food for the human population.

You have a choice: Will you help us protect species? Please take a moment to make a donation to WWF.

Sincerely yours,

Terry Macko
Senior Vice President, Membership

Polar bear plush and gift bagP.S. You can help WWF give species the protection that they need with a symbolic animal adoption. When you donate $50 or more to WWF, you can choose to receive a plush likeness of your favorite species as a thank-you gift. Each comes with a photo, adoption certificate and information card.In addition to protecting wildlife and habitats, your donation supports WWF’s work with local communities and conservation projects around the globe. Donate now.
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