Green Kids Club focuses on spreading the word about environmental issues relating to people and animals through storytelling. We do this by working with conservation groups such as Elephants Without Borders, Saving the Survivor, and Blood Lions as some examples and writing children’s books related to environmental issues they are experiencing. After publishing a book with one of these conservation groups we donate part of our proceeds to their organization. We also promote the story and issue through social media and by classroom experiences (virtual or real). Often our books are also given to children around the world to educate them about animals and their environment (we do this through our non-profit arm – Love the Wild Foundation). We hope the work we do will make a difference in this world and its animals!
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Green Kids Club Supports
For the last several years, Green Kids Club has been promoting educational materials and story lines with Elephants Without Borders (EWB). We have also co-written books with the Orang Utan Republik Foundation, Blood Lions, and Saving the Survivors. We believe these groups, and other organizations like them, are doing very important work on the front lines to save our wildlife for future generations. You can help make a difference too! When you purchase anything from our store, a portion of the proceeds goes directly to the wildlife organization of your choice.
Photos by Sylvia Medina, EWB, Juli Yanti, Cath Jakins, and Johan Marais.
Join the Club
Kids - join our Green Kids Club! Do Green things and not only will you get rewards from us, but you will make a difference in saving our planet and its animals.
Sign up for our newsletter! It comes out once a month and has information about our latest books and news, as well as fascinating animal facts and simple environmentally-friendly activities that you can implement yourself. Spread the word!
Or stretch your mind and create a comic strip about grizzly bears or upcycle plastic waste through one of our classroom challenges!