From protecting animals and habitats, to planting trees and educating communities, Club Penguin is comitted to protecting the earth and the creatures that call it home.
Protect the Earth
- Connecting Kids to Nature
Educating children about animals and their habitats is an important step towards conservation. Club Penguin funds a variety of programs that connect kids to nature. These include conservation camps, and educational programs in schools that inspire kids to protect their natural habitat.
- Community Gardens
Community gardens give people access to fresh produce. Club Penguin works with Free The Children and helps build community gardens around the world. These community gardens benefit families and individuals by connecting and educating them about growing healthy foods and helping them supplement their nutritional needs.
- Reforestation Programs
Tree nurseries are an important part of reforestation programs. Club Penguin partners with Free The Children to help fund tree nurseries. Our teams around the world also plant trees in their local communities. These trees help reforest areas where people and animals live, rebuilding habitats and helping maintain balanced ecosystems.
- Habitat Preservation Projects
By helping preserve animal habitats, we can protect numerous species around the world. Club Penguin works with the Wildlife Conservation Network and Rare Conservation to help protect forests and oceans by teaching communities to use sustainable agriculture and fishing practices along with alternative incomes. We are working to preserve forests, coral reefs, wetlands and the wild animals that call these places home.
- Species Protection & Conservation Programs
Protecting animals is an important part of maintaining a balanced ecosystem. With partners such as the Global Penguin Society and the Wildlife Conservation Network, Club Penguin directly supports the protection and conservation of nearly a dozen animal species. Our partners use science management, field research and community education to help promote and protect endangered animals.