I will gather all different people to raise donations. We will also create flyers to make people aware of what is happening to the animals. Lastly we will have a petting zoo for people to adopt animals and adopt them to be put in a zoo to take care of
United States
We have a group of 4 children ranging in age from 4 - 10 who are involved weekly in promoting awareness regarding the world's endangered species, community clean-up, community gardening, raising funds, building crafts and more! If I am permitted, I will add pictures as our group continues their efforts!
United States
It will save animals from going exstinic
Israel
three years create accommodation for birds.
United States
My project will help the native animals of Alabama have a better home. Think about the Bald Eagles here. They are in danger and I think that we should make a new home for them. Alabama is such a beautiful state and the animals here deserve better than this. So please help me with this project! If we raise enough money we can build one!
United States
Dogs and cats are suffering and starving. What happens if no one buys them? They get put to sleep, permanently. My plan is to convince people to instead of being greedy and wanting presents at their parties ask for food and toys for the animals at the shelter.
United States
Yesterday our Roots & Shoots group learned all about local birds, their habitats, diets, life cycles, and some of the challenges wild birds face and ways we can help. We made bird feeders and nest kits, did nature journal pages and played bird themed games. Happy Birthday Dr. Goodall! Your work has changed the world and touched my life personally in so many ways - thank you and bless you! #80YearsofJane
United States
my project may donate to the Jane Goodalls roots and shoots to help have the chimps have a better life
Indonesia
We held bake sales, coin collection drives, sold t shirts and popcorn in order to support Dr. Ating in his efforts to save the forest in the Lore Lindu National Park in Sulawesi.
United States
By spreading the word about threats to rhinos among school-age children, in an engaging highly readable book, we hope the project will encourage rhino conservation. The book has already garnered significant publicity (and will be reviewed in National Geographic this August). The fifth graders who worked on the book -- and who graduated this summer -- have left the school inspired to do more to help ensure that rhinos survive.

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