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New Resource: WLT encourages Running in the Corridors

10 August, 2010 - 11:34 -- World Land Trust
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Running in the Corridors, a new educational fundraising resource from the World Land Trust (WLT) is now available FREE to schools aiming to raise £50 or more towards the purchase and protection of threatened wildlife habitat. The resource consists of a folder packed with a letter of introduction, fact sheets, fundraising ideas, poster and an enhanced version of the Learning about Rainforests CD. While learning about the importance of wildlife corridors, students are encouraged to fundraise for WLT, choosing one of 10 flagship animals representing threatened wildlife habitat as their fundraising focus.

Asian Elephant Artwork

Artwork by Bob Linney, the Asian Elephant is a flagship species for Running in the Corridors fundraising.

The Running in the Corridors pack is supported by an exclusive password protected web page full of more information, including downloadable PowerPoints, a game and donation information. Schools fundraising for Running in the Corridors can also enter a competition to win a selection of prizes. The competition is open to all schools who send in a portfolio or scrapbook of their fundraising activities. Portfolios will be judged and prizes, which include a class visit to a local zoo or a hand carved wooden elephant from India, will be awarded to the most inventive portfolios. Competition rules can be viewed on the password protected webpage. Read more about Running in the Corridors and request a pack on the Running in the Corridors webpages.

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