The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is the perfect way for teachers and students of all ages to get their gloves dirty, their feet wet and make our aquatic ecosystems cleaner, healthier and safer for all living things.
Across the country, Canadians have been celebrating National Forest Week since 1967. Raise awareness for one of Canada's most valuable renewable resources. Celebrate National Forest week with your campus by taking a walk and get to know your local forest or arrange a tree planting.
Fundraise on your campus to symbolically adopt wildlife and support WWF’s conservation efforts. All adoptions come with a personalized adoption certificate for your Campus Club, a species poster and information pamphlet, a reusable bag, and a plush that can act as your Club’s mascot!
Our Classroom Adoption Kits were created in response to requests from elementary teachers looking for innovative ways to inspire and inform young students about the role they can play in securing a healthy future for our planet! Fundraise to purchase a Kit for a local school in need while supporting WWF’s conservation efforts!
Fireworks? Overalls? Flooring? What do these things all have in common? The fact that they were all pulled from the Kingston waterfront during the first-ever Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup by the Campus Club at Queen's!