After three years in hibernation, WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for Nature is back! We’re celebrating 31 years of coming together to reach remarkable heights for nature and wildlife. Right now, humanity is on a seemingly irreversible course. With climate change impacts increasing and a million species worldwide at risk of extinction, the need for the climb is greater than ever. Climbing the CN Tower is a rare and exhilarating opportunity to help WWF-Canada reverse the course our planet is on by taking 1,776 meaningful steps towards a brighter future where nature and wildlife thrive.
On April 15 and 16, 2023, nearly 5,000 amazing supporters like you reached remarkable heights for nature and wildlife, climbing all 1,776 stairs of Toronto’s CN Tower. Together, you raised an incredible $1.4 million and counting for conservation efforts that will help protect and restore nature, reverse wildlife loss and fight climate change. We can’t say thank you enough.
Fundraising pages will stay open until May 31, 2023, to submit any outstanding donations. For any follow-up questions, please contact us at 416-484-7700 or email@example.com.
Create a team with friends, students or colleagues. Step up for nature together.
Train for your fastest climb time yet while there's still time to reverse nature loss and fight climate change.
Wildlife populations in Canada are in decline. When you climb the 1,776 steps of the CN Tower, you are helping wildlife numbers climb too.
By crossing the finish line, you can help ensure humanity doesn't cross the invisible line that unlocks a future that is four degrees warmer.
All funds raised will support WWF-Canada’s efforts to fight biodiversity loss and climate change and Regenerate Canada.
Funds raised will support our ambitious 10-year plan to Regenerate Canada and build a future with abundant wildlife, where nature and people thrive.
Restore at least one million hectares, regenerating lost complex ecosystems that provide essential wildlife habitat and sequester carbon in nature.
Steward at least 100 million hectares of vital ecosystems for wildlife and communities.
Reduce carbon emissions by 30 million tonnes by restoring carbon-rich habitats and protecting current carbon stores.