Giving Species Hope for Another Tomorrow

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This Friday is Endangered Species Day and we have some exciting things planned to help raise awareness about the importance of protecting endangered species. Over the next three days we will be sharing animals facts and wildlife photos on our social media channels that will bring attention to the plight of many endangered species. We will also be hosting a special giveaway on Instagram for all of the giraffe lovers.

In addition, as a way to show our appreciation and say Thank You, we will be holding a fun contest where the winning nonprofit organization will receive an additional $100 donation from Creations 4 Wildlife!

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The contest will run from Thursday, May 19 through Saturday, May 21, 2016. Every bracelet that is sold during the contest counts as one vote. Example: for every rhino bracelet sold, the International Rhino Foundation will receive one vote; for every elephant bracelet sold, Save the Elephants receives one vote and so on. We will tally the votes on Sunday, May 22, 2016 and announce the winner on our Facebook page. You will determine which endangered species wins the contest based on which bracelets are purchased during the three days.

Be sure to share the Creations 4 Wildlife Endangered Species Day contest on social media and tell your friends to cast their vote too. The more votes your favorite nonprofit receives, the better chance they have of winning the $100!

The contest is open to all US and Canada residents. Unfortunately, at this time we do not ship overseas due to high shipping costs.

Shop now and help your favorite endangered species win $100!

When you shop with us, we donate 40% of every sale to designated wildlife organizations working in the field. Your purchase gives hope that these endangered species can be saved.

Why I switched gears and started Creations 4 Wildlife

I started raising money for global organizations after I met an inspiring man named Chief Woody from the US Fish & Wildlife Services and a special animal named Nola. That’s when I realized that, yes raising $1000 for the tigers at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is good, or that raising another $1000 for snow leopards at the San Diego Zoo is even better. It helps raise awareness; but I’ve now realized that it’s not only about raising awareness, it’s also about making a difference. You can’t just tell everyone you know about this great species you’re raising money for and then not make a difference in the wild.

You’ve got to do both.

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