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Take Action

Organize a bake sale, write to your premier, climb the CN Tower, turn off the lights when you leave the room and serve as a volunteer! These are just a few of the actions you can take to help protect wildlife and wild places. Check out the following pages for more great ideas.

Fundraise for WWF-Canada

Raise awareness and funds to protect Canada's wildlife and wild places by organizing such easy activities as holiday parties, bake sales, garage sales, birthday parties or a bike-a-thon. Instead of wedding favours or bomboniere, consider a gift on behalf of your guests to WWF Canada. Become a Community Panda today.



As a Volunteer for WWF-Canada, your contribution of your time, talents and skills are invaluable.

Learn about  volunteer opportunities at WWF.

Community Panda

Watch Sean's story about how he organized a walk-to-school day for students to help raise money for polar bear conservation. 

Living Planet @ Work

Living Planet @ Work, championed by HP, gives employees a chance to translate their environmental passion into immediate action. This innovative program offers company green champions and green teams a free virtual toolbox full of ideas, resources, videos, posters and webinars, to help engage employees in sustainability at work!

Whether it’s hosting your first Earth Hour, organizing a paper reduction campaign, launching your company’s first sustainability report or fundraising for WWF’s conservation projects, Living Planet @ Work will give you the support you need and celebrate your successes along the way.

Learn about what Living Planet @ Work champions are doing across Canada and how you too, can help lead the wave of environmental change at work for the long-term success of business and the planet.

Visit atwork.wwf.ca

Schools for a Living Planet

WWF-Canada's Schools for a Living Planet program empowers educators and students of all ages with the tools and resources they need to lead us into a sustainable future! WWF has developed free, curriculum-linked lesson plans for elementary teachers to download and integrate into their classrooms. These lesson plans connect directly to conservation priorities in Canada's forests, lakes and Arctic. Educators can take their students' learning beyond the classroom by participating in events like Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.   

Secondary and post-secondary students can use Schools for a Living Planet toolkits to make an impact through events like National Sweater Day, Earth Hour and Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. Students can get involved as individuals or engage their school's WWF Club / environmental club to take part.

Join the Schools for a Living Planet community (over 11,000 schools strong!) and learn how you can inspire your classrooms and classmates to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature!

Learn more