You Can Help Snow Leopards
There are lots of things you can do to help save snow leopards. If you have come to this site because you are doing research for a school report, share the things you learn with your friends outside of the classroom and outside of the school. The more your friends know about snow leopards, the more they will appreciate these remarkable cats and the more they will want to help preserve them.
If you are an older kid who likes animals and wants to learn more about them, you should consider doing volunter work at your local zoo. Many zoos have programs like this one at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Kids can do fundraising. You could organize a carwash, bake sale, rummage sale, etc. and donate the proceeds. You can also get rid of those annoying pennies in your piggy bank and turn them into cash to help save snow leopards.
Bryanna and Cailin Flanagan, and Braedon & Raechyl Havens, held a garage sale, with the help of their grandmother Kate McCavitt. They raised $108, of which they contributed half ($54) to help save snow leopards.
The Snow Leopard Conservancy congratulates Allison Beers for the awesome act of devoting her ninth birthday party to helping save wild snow leopards. Her effort raised $255 in lieu of gifts, and serves as a wonderful demonstration of the power of kids to make a major difference for the good of our planet.
The selfless action of Allison, Bryanna, Cailin, Braedon and Raechyl has special meaning to those of us at the Snow Leopard Conservancy: it demonstrates that kids can be awesome advocates for the earth’s wild creatures.