Raise $500 before end of month for chance to win trip to see the iconic animals in the wild
TORONTO, Jan. 7, 2016 /CNW/ - New Year's resolutions often involve exercise, exotic travel and givingback. With WWF, Canadians can accomplish all three: Climb the CN Tower, be among the first to raise at least $500 for a good cause and be entered to win a trip to see polar bears in the wild with a WWF expert.
Every $500 raised by the end of January for WWF's CN Tower Climb for Nature gets the entrant a chance to win a trip for two — valued at approximately $11,000 — to see polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba.
There's an excellent chance of winning as few participants get their fundraising going so early for the climb.
Raising $500 qualifies each nature-lover for a chance to win, even if they're not able to make the climb.
Visit here wwf.ca/earlybirdprize for more info on the WWF CN Tower climb early bird prize.
Who: All nature-loving Canadians
What: WWF's CN Tower Climb for Nature and the early bird prize
- Early bird prize deadline, Jan. 31, 2016
- Climb April 16 and 17, 2016
Where: The CN Tower in Toronto
Why: Because WWF finds solutions to the most challenging conservation issues facing our planet and we can't do it without Canadians. Registering and fundraising for WWF helps build a future where people and nature thrive.
David Miller, President and CEO WWF-Canada: "Polar bears and the CN Tower are two Canadian icons. Here's an opportunity to experience both in a unique way while contributing to our crucial conservation work across the country."
Since the CN Tower climb for WWF began in 1991, more than 103,000 people have taken the 1,776 stairs of Canada's tallest tower, raising millions for WWF's conservation work.
For further information: Tammy Thorne, Communications Manager, WWF-Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-347-1894