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WWF Gift Catalog Returns for Holiday Season

Catalog Includes over 200 Gifts, Including Symbolic Species Adoptions, That Help Support WWF’s Conservation Mission around the World

WASHINGTON, DC, November 04, 2010 – World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is making gift-giving easy and rewarding this holiday season through the release of the 2010-2011 holiday gift catalog.

WWF’s 68 page gift catalog enables supporters to make a donation and select a symbolic animal adoption from a list of more than 100 species, ranging from favorites such as tigers, pandas and polar bears to new offerings, including barn owls, brown pelicans, and a tub of cubs.  Other items in WWF’s gift catalog include WWF-branded gear and apparel.

All symbolic adoption donations made through the gift catalog come with a formal adoption certificate, a color photo of the adopted species and a species description card.  Adoptions of $50 or more come with a soft animal plush of the adopter’s choosing and are shipped free to anywhere that the United States Postal Service delivers. Symbolic adoption donations levels range from $25 to $250, with gift proceeds directly funding WWF’s conservation work around the world. 

New and notable WWF Gift Catalog ideas for this year include:

  • A “Tub of Cubs”- Receive a FSC-certified wooden bucket full of cuddly Tiger, Snow Leopard or Cheetah cubs, an adoption certificate, information card and color photo. (Donation amount: $50)
  • Barn Owl – Receive an adoption certificate, information card and color photo. (Donation amount: $25)
  • Sustainable Men’s and Women’s Wrist Watches - These cool timepieces are made from recycled materials. (Donation amount: $50)
  • “Nantucket Red” Sweatshirt- This gift will keep you warm all winter long while keeping the planet’s resources safe for many years to come. (Donation amount: $100)

For more information about the catalog or to make a donation by phone call 1-800-CALL-WWF (800-960-0993) Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. EDT, Saturday 10 a.m. EDT - 6 p.m. or Sunday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. EDT.  Online donations can be made at