Campaigns

Operation Wild Child

Celebrating the drive and ambition of youth to protect and create a future for wildlife. Operation Wild Child provides fund-raising support for schools, clubs and children who want to help save animals and their habitats. Contact Wildlife Warriors with your fund-raising idea and we will help with organise educational resources and prizes for your event or personal challenge.

Junior Wildlife Warriors will be profiled and acknowledged for their vital role as animal ambassadors raising funds and awareness for wildlife.

BE Creative

Let your passion for nature inspire you to be creative for conservation. Put your passion to purpose by choosing something you love doing like sports, art or reading—you could ask your school to hold a readathon or set yourself a book reading personal challenge.

For more ideas checkout the FREE Booklet.

Clubs for Cubs

Inspired by the community spirit ‘Clubs for Cubs’ encourages conservation awareness and appreciation through team fundraising in social, sports, business, and creative clubs. Whether you are a member of a club or decide to start your own, this initiative is for all ages and offers an opportunity to help sponsor resident orphan cheetahs at the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia.

These beautiful cats find refuge at the CCF often through tragic circumstances, unable to return to the wild here they become part of the family. Ensuring their health and wellbeing each year costs $5,000 a feat they can only achieve through the generous support of people like you. The CCF can use all the help they can get caring for these cheetahs and here is where ‘Clubs for Cubs’ comes in.

Let your imagination run wild and come up with a fundraising event or campaign for your club, for every cheetah sponsored Bare Essentials will double the impact and adopt a Snow Leopard Cub from the Snow Leopard Trust in your honour. This means not only will you be sponsoring an orphan cheetah but helping to save snow leopards as well.

Important Instructions: Be sure to take photos of your fundraising efforts and email these along with your story to wildlife-warriors@mail.com to have your club featured in Bare Essentials Magazine. With the money raised make a direct donation to the Cheetah Conservation Fund indicating you are part of ‘Wildlife Warriors’ this will identify your donation for the adoption of a snow leopard cub in your honour.

A Boy's Promise

A Boy’s Promise

July 18, 2013

When a storm sent Alan Rabinowitz’s plane crashing into the jungle, the world’s foremost jaguar protector knew that wasn’t enough to stop him. Now, as he faces a life and death struggle with cancer, he explains his efforts to create the world’s greatest jaguar corridor before it’s too late. Watch ‘A Boy’s Promise’ to learn […]

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Voices for an Oil-Free Coast

June 9, 2013

Retired New York Ranger and NHL Hall of Fame goaltender Mike Richter shares his once-in-a-lifetime experience in Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest – threatened by the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline and supertankers. Please visit Pacific Wild to learn more about Wildlife Conservation on Canada’s Pacific Coast.

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International Biological Diversity Day

International Day for Biological Diversity

May 22, 2013

The fragile state of Indonesia’s oceans and forests are a clear reminder of how marine and forest life is at risk from industrial overfishing and relentless deforestation, Greenpeace International warned on International Day for Biological Diversity. Coinciding with the UN-designated biodiversity day, the Greenpeace ship the Rainbow Warrior is currently visiting Indonesia, where it is […]

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Wild Gifts for Mothers' Day

Mothers’ Nature

May 11, 2013

Some love to travel, experiencing new cultures, venturing off the beaten path inviting a new perspective of the world and passing on their passion for discovery and adventure to a new breed of explorers. Whilst, others enjoy reconnecting and protecting nature, from wild country to wildlife, ensuring the future of biodiversity and inspiring a new […]

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Plight of the Pika

Plight of the Pika

April 5, 2013

In this video wildlife biologist April Craighead from the Craighead Institute, discusses the Plight of the Pika and how together, we can help save this species. The American pika (Ochotona princeps) is the smallest member in the rabbit family that includes rabbits and hares. Pikas are plant generalists but habitat specialists in that they require […]

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International Polar Bear Day 2013

February 8, 2013

International Polar Bear Day is February 27th and Polar Bears International (PBI), the world’s leading polar bear conservation group, invites the public to join them in honoring polar bears on their designated day by taking part in the Thermostat Challenge—an effort to raise awareness of how our daily actions impact the polar bear’s sea ice […]

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