There's a message in the snow from the past! Looks like Gary will be taking us back in time to the prehistoric era. Check out those fashions in the Clothes shop, and get excited because on January 22nd, backyards are coming to Club Penguin!To read the first few parts of "Secrets Of The Wilderness" click here!

Coins For Change 2011

Everyone has done an excellent job donating Coins For Change at the holiday Party! Together we can reach our goal! But do you know how Coins For Change really works? You can find out here...

Since 2007, Coins For Change has donated more than $4.5 M to projects that have helped hundreds of thousands of kids and families around the globe.
The generosity of our players has inspired us so much, this year we're celebrating the fifth anniversary of Coins For Change by doubling our total cash donation to $2 M!
Once again, kids can choose a cause and donate virtual coins. Every virtual donation will help determine how this year's real world donation will be shared.

Earning and Savings Kid’s earn virtual coins playing games on Club Penguin, and save them for Coins for Change! Generous Giving Players donate virtual coins to the causes they care most about. Provide Medical care, Helping the Environment, Building Safe Places. $2 M Donation Players’ donations help direct how a $2M cash donation is shared among real world projects. Clean Water, Medical Facilities and Treatments Endangered Animals and Natural Habitats Schools, Shelters and Playgrounds will be helped for this cause.

Provide Medical Help
  • Food and clean water for kids in Haiti and all over Africa, Asia and South America
  • Toys and alternative play for hospitalized kids in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia
  • Surgery for poor kids in Cambodia; health clinics and hospitals in Malawi and Lesotho
Protect The Earth
  • Overnight camp in Kenya and Zimbabwe where kids can learn about endangered animals native to their homeland
  • Habitat protection and tree planting in Africa, Asia, and South America
  • Protection for endangered animals like Snow Leopards, Saiga Antelopes, Cotton-top Tamarins, Andean Cats, Tapirs and Penguins
Build Safe Places
  • Libraries, playgrounds and schools in Haiti, Africa, Asia, and South America
  • Support for kids without parents in Ethiopia, the Philippines and Colombia
  • Safe places to play and learn for kids in South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda
Last year Club Penguin donated a donation of $1Million, this year they promise to double it if we fill the Lighthouse! This is what the donations were like last year:

Thanks Saraapril for telling me these Coins For Change things. Keep donating those coins!

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