Your February Mission
This Valentine’s Day celebrate your love of animals! Print out these supercute Mission Animal Rescue valentines and pass them out to your friends and classmates.
The first step in saving threatened animals is getting people to care. By using the valentines to tell your friends about these animals, you're helping protect them. So give animals some love this Valentine's Day, whether you think sharks are "jaw-some" or you think polar bears are “snow great.”
PARENTS AND TEACHERS! You can share the valentines through email and social media. Tag the post #MissionAnimalRescue for a chance to win a copy of Misson: Polar Bear Rescue or Mission: Elephant Rescue! To download the valentines, right click and save the image to your computer.
Learn more about Mission Animal Rescue and ways to guide your young learner with our toolkit!
How many of these valentines did you hand out?
HELP SAVE ANIMALS!
Organize an animal-themed bake sale! Decorate cookies and cakes to look like endangered animals. Tell your customers about the threats to these animals and donate your earnings to help save them.
Contact your local wildlife center or aquarium to learn about volunteering.
Talk to a teacher about starting an after-school club in which you, your friends, and your classmates can learn more about endangered animals. Invite experts such as zookeepers to give talks.
Interview an expert and conduct research about your favorite threatened animal. Then write an article about that animal for your school or city newspaper.
More about Mission Animal Rescue
Mission Animal Rescue charges you to save our planet's most endangered and threatened animals. The initiative aims to inspire you to learn as much as possible about endangered animals and to take action to rescue them.
Through this site and through the Mission Animal Rescue books, you will have the opportunity to learn in-depth information about endangered animals, and to access resources and activities that help you get involved. By combining education, habitat protection, and a global network of volunteers, activists, and advocates, we can build a better world for animals and ourselves!