Classroom Fundraisers
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Across Canada, we hear incredible stories of schools that bring environmental education into the classroom and inspire students to take action to protect wildlife and wild places.

You can connect your classroom to nature virtually while supporting WWF-Canada’s work to protect wildlife and the natural spaces they call home. Across the country, schools have raised thousands of dollars for WWF-Canada to 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.

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Classroom fundraiser ideas

Read-a-thon

Commit to a 15-30 minute reading session every day for a week. Pick your favourite species or habitat to learn about and ask friends and family to donate in support of your commitment. You can even do an online presentation or book report afterwards.

Create a digital cookbook

Ask students and staff to share their favourite sustainable recipes. Put together a digital cookbook and sell it to raise funds for conservation. Think of fun wildlife themed recipes or feature local foods.

Art exhibitions

Have students create their own masterpieces showcasing wildlife and wild places, then present them in a virtual art show. Parents and friends can buy the artwork to support WWF-Canada.

Talent shows

Organize a wildlife inspired online talent show, concert, educational presentation or other form of expression. Ticket sales will support WWF-Canada.

Fundraising resources

Whether you are fundraising online, or prefer to fundraise on paper, we have the tools you need. Download our fundraising event resources kit here. Or, contact us at 1-800-26-PANDA (72632) or ca-panda@wwfcanada.org to request a free resource kit be sent to you in the mail. The kit includes: