Kids can help save cheetahs! Check out these ideas & tools.
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Wildlife Parks and Zoos
Visiting wildlife parks and zoos gives kids a rare chance to see and get closer to many of our world's wild animals. These places benefit from your visit and support for what they do. Many are part of the Aquarium & Zoological Association and are AZA-accredited which has high standards for animal welfare and supports conservation. Check out Parks & Zoos for a great list of wildlife parks and zoos with cheetahs.
A simple, fun activity for learning, coloring or raising money for cheetahs. Lots of ways to put the spots back on the cheetah: color a spot for every cheetah fact you know, every 15 minutes of reading or use as a fundraising tool for supporters who donate money. Donation = 1 spot to color. Have fun with it!
Cheetah bookmarks are a great way to raise awareness about cheetahs. We have provided a bookmark template with great cheetah facts and features to use if you like. Decorate the front and give as gifts to your friends and family. Keep one for yourself too. ☺
Collect Coins for Cheetahs
This is a great way to make good use of spare coins and make an impact in the lives of wildlife and communities. Extra pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters can really add up. Donate to wildlife organization of your choice. Or sponsor a cheetah at the Cheetah Conservation Fund or other organizations like the National Zoo.