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Giving Tuesday

Thank you for your generous support on Giving Tuesday.


Hearts for Habitats

Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, our members and supporters gave back some of their savings to us with our Giving Tuesday Campaign n November 28, 2017.

Together, we raised $37,144 to protect wild and threatened habitats in Ontario – far exceeding our goal of $24,000.

The tally includes a generous matching gift of $12,000 from our proud sponsor, Ontario Power Generation.

Double the Impact

Your support helps us reduce habitat loss, fragmentation and degradation to make Ontario a safe haven for wild species. Thanks to the money raised on Giving Tuesday, we will:

  • Plant pollinator-friendly habitat in natural areas across the province with our Youth Council;
  • Improve the flow of water for fish such as spawning bass at the Kinghurst Forest Nature Reserve;
  • Plant trees to create habitat for sensitive birds such as the threatened cerulean warbler at the Sydenham River Nature Reserve;
  • Recreate habitat for turtles at the Sydenham River Nature Reserve; and
  • Create habitat for pollinators like bumblebees, moths and birds at the Cawthra Mulock Nature Reserve.

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