Fundraise for wildlife

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Across Canada, we hear incredible stories of schools that bring environmental education into the classroom and inspire students into action to help protect wildlife and wild places. Schools have raised thousands of dollars to help WWF-Canada combat climate change, protect the Arctic home of species such as polar bears and caribou, and restore decimated Atlantic cod populations.

Every dollar makes a difference.

From student bake sales to toonie book swaps and assembly presentations, students are using the support of their educators to create awareness about conservation issues and raise money for WWF-Canada’s work to protect wildlife and the places they call home.

This school year, join them and join us by organizing your own classroom fundraiser.

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Check out our Go Wild School Grant recipients

    Claude Watson School for the Arts, Toronto, ON

    École Morissette, Ste-Claire, QC

    Montague Consolidated School, Montague, PE

    St Mary’s Elementary School, Aylesford, NS

    Salem Elementary School, Sackville, NB

    Oak Lake Community School, Oak Lake, MB

    Victoria Elementary School, Kamsack, SK

    Beachy Cove Elementary School, Portugal Cove, NL

    École Elizabeth Rummel School, Canmore, AB

    École St Joseph, Yellowknife, NT

Over 100,000 students have gone wild with WWF-Canada