Elementary school teachers and students can connect their classrooms to nature while supporting WWF’s work to protect species at risk and the habitats they call home. Millions of students across Canada have made a difference for more than just an hour with Earth Hour, symbolically adopted critical species, and helped to make our shorelines healthier and safer for all living things with the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.
Elementary schools can also fundraise for WWF to make a real difference in the fight to prevent climate change, protect polar bears' Arctic home and ensure blue sharks swim freely. We'll send you a free fundraising event supply kit with posters, stickers, bookmarks and more and reward classrooms that achieve the $250 fundraising milestone with a wildlife adoption kit!
Join us! And use these online resources to take action at your elementary school.
Across Canada, secondary school teachers and students work to support and raise awareness for WWF-Canada’s conservation work. Through fundraisers and adoption of our campaigns like Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup and National Sweater Day, your actions can help create a Living Planet.
Find out more about how to mobilize your classmates, friends and family!
Post-secondary students can use Schools for a Living Planet toolkits to get involved at their colleges and universities. By planning and executing WWF events like The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup and Earth Hour, executing new environmental initiatives on campus, or fundraising to support WWF-Canada's conservation work, you will not only develop leadership skills and experiences for your professional resume but also help to make an impact by raising awareness for environmental and conservation issues.
Students can get involved as individuals or engage their classmates and professors through joining their school’s WWF-Canada Campus Club! To find out how you can join a WWF-Canada Campus Club or start your own, contact us!