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Support WWF even further with a World Wildlife Fund personal checking account1, featuring checks2 and debit cards with the WWF logo printed on them. WWF will receive a $10 contribution from Bank of America for each new qualifying account.
† For information about rates, fees, other costs and benefits associated with the use of this credit card, click here and refer to the disclosures accompanying the online credit application. This credit card program is issued and administered by Bank of America, N.A. Banking products are provided by Bank of America, N.A. and affiliated banks, Members FDIC and wholly owned subsidiaries of Bank of America Corporation.
1 WWF checking is available with eligible checking accounts.
2 Check order fees may apply.
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To coincide with the re-launch of the brand, Bearitos is proudly supporting WWF’s conservation efforts through its Multigrain, Sea Salt, and Olive Oil, Lemon, and Garlic pita chip varieties. Bearitos is donating $50,000 to WWF each year from 2013 through 2015, for a total of $150,000. Bearitos.com
The Red Panda is the fourteenth and latest addition to Build-a-Bear’s WWF Collectifriend™ series. The diet of the Red Pandas is largely vegetarian. They like to eat young leaves and shoots of bamboo but because of habitat loss and poaching, the population of Red Pandas is listed as Vulnerable with an estimated population of less than 10,000. Starting August 31st, WWF will receive $1 for each Red Panda purchased, with a guaranteed annual contribution of $25,000. The plush features a special hangtag with WWF’s logo and information on the plight of the species. Since 1999, Build-A-Bear Workshop has donated almost $2 million to WWF to help us protect endangered animals and their habitats. buildabear.com
eBay Giving Works is the program on eBay where buyers and sellers can raise funds for the causes that are important to them. Sellers commit to donate a percentage of their listing's final sale price to the nonprofit of their choice and buyers make a difference with every purchase. Since 2003, the program has raised over $218 million for U.S. nonprofits. Visit WWF's page on eBay Giving Works to get involved.
Johnson & Johnson’s Donate A Photo gives $1 to WWF for each photo that is shared. That $1 helps fund a well for a school in Africa—providing clean water for children and helping them avoid sanitation-related diseases and infection. Photos can be donated to WWF until January 31, 2014 or until the program reaches its goal of $15,000, whichever comes first. WWF will receive a minimum of $10,000.
New Headings is offering gear and apparel that feature the WWF logo. Their brands include Patagonia, Tilley Endurables, Eagle Creek, Nalgene and more. New Headings is proud to donate 20% from the sale of each item to WWF in support of our global conservation efforts.
Bumble Bee Foods recently announced the launch of Wild Selections®, a new line of wild-caught seafood that is Marine Stewardship Council certified sustainable and supports WWF’s marine conservation and fishery improvement programs with each can sold. Over the next five years, Bumble Bee Foods will donate thirteen cents per can of Wild Selections® sold to WWF with a minimum contribution of $1,000,000 by December 31, 2018. Learn more at WildSelections.com.
The WWF online bookstore features a selection of books written by WWF staff, books funded by WWF, and books recommended by our experts on various topics related to our conservation work. WWF receives between 4 and 8.5 percent of any purchase on Amazon.com originating from this Web site.