Wrap up your holiday shopping from home with David Suzuki

NORTH POLE, Dec. 13, 2011 /CNW/ - Thanks to the David Suzuki Foundation's Where Will Santa Live? campaign (www.WhereWillSantaLive.ca) you can now pour a cup of eggnog, spin your favourite carols and shop for fun, holiday gifts from the comfort of your own home. Even better, 100% of your purchase will help the David Suzuki Foundation protect Canada's iconic winters from the threat of climate change.

"There has never been a more critical time to take action that will help protect Canada's iconic winters from climate change," says Suzuki. "With our campaign fun, charitable (and really, really easy) gifts are just a click away at www.WhereWillSantaLive.ca."

At www.WhereWillSantaLive.ca shoppers can look for gifts to help Santa and his elves relocate to a temporary home in Canada because the melting snow and ice at the North Pole have made Santa's Workshop unsafe. From Reindeer Water Wings to an Abominable Snowmaker, you are sure to find a perfect gift.

How does it work?
When you arrive at www.WhereWillSantaLive.ca David Suzuki will welcome you himself. Explore the North Pole scene with your mouse to find the perfect gift. When an image glows, click on it to get more details and to make your purchase.

So what do you really get?
Of course we're not sending real gifts to Santa. You're actually making a donation to the David Suzuki Foundation for which you'll receive a tax receipt for 100% of the amount. You will also get a festive e-card to send to a loved one featuring the item you chose and explaining how the gift will help protect the environment from threats like climate change. What a great way to show someone you care about them and the planet!

Santa and Suzuki?
David Suzuki and Santa Claus have been friends for years. That's why Santa asked David to help him relocate and combat the threat of climate change. Our cameras even spotted David helping Santa search for a temporary home -

Video with caption: "Video: Santa asked David Suzuki to help him relocate and combat the threat of climate change. Our cameras spotted David helping Santa search for a temporary home.". Video available at: http://stream1.newswire.ca/cgi-bin/playback.cgi?file=20111213_C6414_VIDEO_EN_8217.mp4&posterurl=http://photos.newswire.ca/images/20111213_C6414_PHOTO_EN_8217.jpg&clientName=David%20Suzuki%20Foundation&caption=Video%3A%20Santa%20asked%20David%20Suzuki%20to%20help%20him%20relocate%20and%20combat%20the%20threat%20of%20climate%20change%2E%20Our%20cameras%20spotted%20David%20helping%20Santa%20search%20for%20a%20temporary%20home%2E&title=Santa%20asked%20David%20Suzuki%20to%20help%20him%20relocate%20and%20combat%20the%20threat%20of%20climate%20change%2E%20Our%20cameras%20spotted%20David%20helping%20Santa%20search%20for%20a%20temporary%20home%2E&headline=Wrap%20up%20your%20holiday%20shopping%20from%20home%20with%20David%20Suzuki

SOURCE David Suzuki Foundation

For further information:

Cameron McAlpine
Strategist, Public, Inc.

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