Looking for a gift that gives back this Christmas?
Order your adoption by midnight Sunday 17 December and we'll send the adoption pack via Express Post (for no added cost). Packs will be sent on 18 and 19 Dec, so should reach all but the most rural postcodes by Christmas. Check out the Express Post Delivery Estimator here.
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It’s the perfect gift – with a cuddly toy of your choice and special adoption gift pack which includes an adoption certificate, factbook, tote bag and more. You can choose for this gift pack to be sent directly to the recipient or you can receive it to give to them yourself.
Each adoption will support WWF’s essential conservation work – protecting the habitat, preserving the food and ensuring the safety of threatened species locally and globally.
Right now tigers, snow leopards, orangutans and our very own east coast koalas are losing their homes and their lives.
- Tigers are being trapped, skinned and pushed out of their homes
- At least four snow leopards are still being killed each week to fuel the illegal wildlife trade
- More than 80% of koalas across Queensland’s Koala Coast have disappeared
- The destruction of forest habitat is threatening the survival of orangutans
But your gift can help. Start making a positive difference to nature today by giving a gift that can change the world. WWF-Australia animal adoptions are gifts that truly give back. It’s a unique gift that gives our precious wildlife some much needed support.
This Christmas, why not give a little for the planet too?
For over 50 years WWF has been protecting the future of nature. Today WWF is supported by over five million people, and is active in more than 100 countries. But WWF – Australia relies almost entirely on the generosity of people like you.
Extra photo credit for display advertising:
Elephant © Christy Williams / WWF
Koala © Shutterstock / Yatra / WWF
Orangutan © naturepl.com / Anup Shah / WWF
Panda © naturepl.com / Eric Baccega / WWF
Penguin © Christine Flareau
Polar Bear © Jon Aars / Norwegian Polar Institute / WWF-Canon
Snow Leopard © Klein & Hubert / WWF
Tiger © naturepl.com / Andy Rouse / WWF
Turtle © Troy Mayne