Roar into action by raising funds on your Wear It Wild page! Here are some tips to get you started. How to Ask for Donations
How to ask for donations
You joined Wear It Wild to help raise funds to protect wild animals and preserve natural places around the world. So how exactly do you ask for donations?

Sometimes getting started is the hardest part—but it doesn't need to be!

Reach out to family and friends and ask them to donate! Chances are they will appreciate being asked to support your passion to help protect majestic wildlife like pandas, tigers, elephants, and whales as well as their habitats around the world. They will want to support YOU and they will also be helping protect nature for generations to come.

It's easy to ask, just log in to your Wear It Wild Center to send emails to family and friends. Look for the email templates to get you started. envelope

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You can also tell friends about your campaign by posting on social media. Post about your progress or about the cause. Here are some sample posts for inspiration.

This Halloween, I'm dressing up in my fiercest animal costume and raising money for World Wildlife Fund. Show your support by making a donation to help wildlife like pandas, tigers, elephants, and whales and their habitats around the world: [link to your page]

This Halloween, I'm going to #WearItWild and dress up as my fave animal to raise funds for @World_Wildlife. Support me: [link to your page]

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Happy fundraising!
Jon Cass and Sarah Robie
Jon Cass + Sarah Robie
WWF Wear It Wild Team
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