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Sunday, December 13, 2009

How can Virtual Coins for Change Help Real Children and make a Difference in the Real World?

Coins for Change 2009 :) Official Club Penguin Information!

Coins for Change 2009 :)

Celebrate Change

For the third consecutive year, Club Penguin is encouraging its players to make a difference in the lives of others by donating Coins for Change.

Between December 11 and 21, players can donate coins they earn playing games on Club Penguin to support kids who are sick, kids who are poor or the environment. Each donation is a vote to decide how a $1 million cash donation will be shared by organizations working to make the world a better place.

Support Valuable Projects

Donations to kids who are sick will help provide health care and medical treatment.

By choosing kids who are poor our players support a nutrition program and a peace centre to educate children displaced by war and conflict.

Giving coins to the environment will help educate and encourage other kids to protect the world’s wildlife and the places they call home.

Explore New Ways to Give

Players can visit one of several donation stations around the island or buy one for their igloo and invite their penguin friends to a fundraising bash. Kids can also attend a special fundraising concert at the Lighthouse, and even visit the "Fun Activities" section to check out suggestions on things they can do in their own community to make a difference.

Results will be announced December 24th!

For more on the projects and organizations Coins for Change 2009 will support, click here (printable PDF file)

Coins for Change 2009 Who are we Supporting?

Projects and Partner Organizations

Kids who are poor
  • Nutrition program to feed thousands of malnourished and at-risk children in Haiti— Partners In Health (pih.org) works in some of the world’s poorest communities to make sure children get food, clean water, health care and education.
  • Peace centre to educate 20,000 young children displaced by war and conflict in Sri Lanka—War Child (warchild.ca) is dedicated to lessening the effects of poverty, providing education and defending and fighting for the rights of children whose lives have been torn apart by war.
Kids who are sick
  • Critical health care and treatment programs for impoverished children in Haiti—Partners In Health (pih.org)
  • Construction of a health clinic in Kenya—Free The Children (freethechildren.org), has more than one million young people involved in innovative education and development programs in 45 countries.
The environment
  • Programs to inspire children to protect coral reefs in Indonesia, wetlands in China, and forests in South America to ensure food and clean water for communities and critical habitat for sea turtles, orangutans and other endangered species—Rare(rareconservation.org) supports real-life superheroes in more than 50 countries to protect the world’s most endangered animals forests, rivers, oceans and the people that live near them.
  • Scholarships and educational programs focused on protecting the African wild dog, the elephant and the snow leopard. Wildlife Conservation Network (wildlifeconservationnetwork.org) works to protect endangered species and the places they live by supporting conservationists who demonstrate entrepreneurship through innovative projects.

Coins for Change

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