What You'll Get
It is better to give than to receive, which is why the person who gives themselves a gift must regift it to themselves to overcome the despair of receiving it. Break out of a perpetual loop with today’s Groupon: for $22, you get one adopt-a-penguin family charity kit from Defenders of Wildlife (a $45 value). The adoption kit includes the following:
- 11-inch plush penguin doll
- Kids’ wildlife activities book
- Personalized adoption certificate
- 5”x7” penguin family photo
- Two-sided penguin fact sheet<p>
Defenders of Wildlife, an award-winning charity organization recognized by Reader’s Digest and Worth Magazine, works to preserve endangered species through symbolic animal adoptions, which generate proceeds that support conservation efforts around the world. A penguin family charity kit equips people with a two-sided fact sheet about these majestic and endangered arctic creatures as well as a 5”x7” photo of a mother and father penguin warming their offspring, to display on mantelpieces by pasting over portraits of lesser-known second cousins.
Adopters also receive an extra-soft 11-inch plush penguin doll, a kids’ wildlife activity book, and a personalized certificate of adoption. More than 90% of Defenders of Wildlife’s 2010 funds received went directly to wildlife-conservation programs and support services. Each donation works to further conservation efforts both on the ground and in Congress to help penguins and other wildlife to adapt to a warming world.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Defenders of Wildlife
A leading innovator in the conservation world for more than 65 years, Defenders of Wildlife works to preserve imperiled wildlife and wild lands with funds raised through symbolic animal adoptions. Proceeds from its programs are immediately put to use where they are needed most, garnering the organization recognition from Reader's Digest and Worth magazine. More than 95% of Defenders of Wildlife’s 2012 funds received went directly to wildlife-conservation programs and support services such as fighting climate change through research and policy work, advocating drilling bans, and pushing for polar bears to gain the full protection under the Endangered Species Act. Each donation works to further conservation efforts both on the ground and by state agencies to ensure better water quality for polar bears and other wildlife.