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5 reasons to join Spring Things

Last year, we raised more than $400,000 through our Spring Things workplace campaign. This year's campaign runs from Feb 23 – April 26. See the top 5 reasons why your company & employees should join us!

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Polar dip for WWF!

Ever told your boss to go jump in a lake? Employees at HP Canada did. And the best part? Their bosses listened. Read more about HP's 2014 polar dip and how you can do the same in 2015!

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National Sweater Day

Every February, over a million people across Canada turn down their heat and wear their best sweaters to show support for taking action on climate change. This WWF event is a fun, money-saving, easy way to spark thinking about energy conservation, and what we can do in offices to use our energy more wisely. Wearing a sweater is a symbolic gesture to show your commitment to a greener energy future and to call on our nation’s leaders to make that commitment as well.

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Polar Bear Week

Engage employees in a Polar Bear Week campaign to help chart a future for the Arctic and its species.

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Polar Dip 2015

The polar dip, part of WWF's Polar Bear Week, is a fantastic way to engage employees while fundraising for WWF's work in the Arctic.

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Five reasons to participate in Spring Things 2015

Five reasons to participate in Spring Things 2015

Is your organization looking for an exciting way to engage employees while creating positive environmental change? If so, WWF’s Spring Things 2015 campaign is the perfect idea for you, and we’ll tell you why.

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