World Wildlife Fund, the premiere organization for advocating for our natural spaces, launches a third-annual paddle fundraiser for global conservation. Join the Virtual Panda Paddle event, either recreational or competitive, and paddle to protect the planet!
Panda Paddle Virtual Event: Protect the Planet by Paddling in Your Backyard
On August 21 – 23, join the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as it hosts its third-annual Panda Paddle. This water-friendly, recreational and/or competitive event is designed to encourage people to get on their favorite body of water. It is an opportunity to connect with other nature lovers and fundraise for WWF’s global conservation efforts.
Panda Paddle is WWF’s premier athletic fundraising event. The aim is to raise awareness and funds for global conservation while participants are out on the water having fun! Enjoy these hot summer days with the WWF. Encourage others to join you to get out on the water and paddle – stand up paddling, kayaking, canoeing or any way that YOU enjoy.
Learn MORE at WWF’s website, worldwildlife.org/paddle.
“When I’m paddling on the open water, surrounded by the quiet beauty of the world, I remember civilization is only possible because of clean and water, fuel, food, shelter, and critical services that only nature provides”
Register to Paddle for the Planet: August 21st – 23rd
REGISTER for a weekend of water FUN via WWF’s Panda Paddle website .
*Sign-up as an individual or as a team.
*Registration is $35 with no minimum fundraising commitment.
*All registrants receive Panda Paddle medal.
*On August 21 – 23, choose a time & body of water to paddle for the planet.
You can also join the SUP race competition for those who enjoy pushing themselves and paddling FAST. Participants for the competitive paddle will select a race distance (3miles or 6miles) to complete between August 21st & 23rd. They will submit their recorded race results to the Panda Paddle team by 11:59PM Pacific Time on August 23 to be included.
The World Wildlife Fund encourages ALL PADDLERS to share their passion & purpose with friends by posting photos on social media and using the hashtag #PandaPaddle.
“Paddle for a purpose: to celebrate the precious gift we’ve been given, and to remind people of our sacred responsibility to protect it.”
ABOUT WORLD WILDLIFE FUND (WWF)
WWF is one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, working in nearly 100 countries for over half a century to help people and nature thrive. With the support of more than 5 million members worldwide, WWF is dedicated to delivering science-based solutions to preserve the diversity and abundance of life on Earth, halt the degradation of the environment and combat the climate crisis. Visit www.worldwildlife.org to learn more and keep up with the latest conservation news by following @WWFNews on Twitter.