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14 January, 2010 - 10:38 -- World Land Trust
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Rainforest Friends

January 2010 - With Valentines soon upon us we are beginning the search of that special gift for that special someone, but look no further! World Land Trust has teamed up with a loveable, ethical and educational range of adorable animals called Rainforest Friends. The super cuddly large toy collection is designed to raise awareness and funds for the plight of our much loved yet critically endangered species that live in the world's most threatened habitats.

Every Rainforest Friend sold benefits the World Land Trust whose patron is Sir David Attenborough. Rainforest Friends allow you to help in one of three ways. You can choose to buy the toy alone or add either a half or one acre of land for which a personalised, World Land Trust gift acre certificate will be included in the gift package. The money raised helps protect our diminishing rainforests, to ensure a safe future for some of our best-loved animals. World Land Trust works with local people to purchase and protect their rainforest habitats.

A Rainforest Friend arrives in beautiful recycled packaging designed to educate and comes complete with a set of five colourful endangered animal postcards. The box provides information on the conservation of the animal and details about the charity, all providing food for thought in an imaginative way.

Rainforest Friends are large, luxurious and most importantly have a conscience! Rainforest Friends, loveable toys retail at £28.95, or with half an acre at £50 or one acre at £75 and are available at or through the WLT website

For further information on the World Land Trust please contact:
Emma Beckett
T: 07984 462201 E:

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