Giving Tuesday 2020

GIVING TUESDAY NOW | A GLOBAL DAY OF GIVING AND UNITY

On May 5, 2020 we come together as a global community… To give. To help. To thank. To heal. Giving Tuesday

#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of generosity and unity, a day to come together and give back in response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, no matter who or where we are.

In the past, we have been ever so grateful to those how generously donated to Friends of the Wild Whoopers, (FOTWW) on GivingTuesday. We still feel it is very important to continue our mission of protecting the whooping crane habitat along the Central Flyway and we will continue to do so.

~ However, this year, we are asking you to please consider giving to and helping the small privately owned businesses in your village, town or city. These small shops, pubs, bookstores, restaurants, and boutiques are what keep America going and are the heart of America. They need our help and FOTWW hopes that you will do what you can to help these small businesses on Giving Tuesday.

 

***** FOTWW’s mission is to help preserve and protect the Aransas/Wood Buffalo
population of wild whooping cranes and their habitat. *****

Friends of the Wild Whoopers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.

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GivingTuesday 2018

This Tuesday, the 27th is GivingTuesday 2018. If you are considering giving on GivingTuesday, please consider giving to Friends of the Wild Whoopers, (FOTWW).

FOTWW has completed “stopover habitat” evaluations on 32 military facilities, 8 Indian Reservations and 12 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes within the wild Whooping Crane six state migration corridor. All of the evaluations were done at no cost to the facilities, reservations or USACE, but were made possible by donations from our supporters who believe in our mission. Our “stopover habitat” is in its infancy with many lakes and potential habitats remaining to be evaluated.

Every donation that we receive is greatly appreciated and will go toward Whooping Crane conservation and our ongoing “stopover habitat” efforts to help preserve and protect the Aransas/Wood Buffalo population of wild whooping cranes and their habitat.

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GivingTuesday 2018

***** FOTWW’s mission is to help preserve and protect the Aransas/Wood Buffalo
population of wild whooping cranes and their habitat. *****

Friends of the Wild Whoopers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.

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Support Whooping Crane Conservation on Giving Tuesday

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Giving Tuesday, November 29, 2016

After Thanksgiving, we had and survived Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Today, November 29th, is Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated as a global day of giving. Please join in on this growing tradition of Giving Tuesday by supporting Whooping Crane conservation and Friends of the Wild Whoopers, (FOTWW). By making a donation to FOTWW, you are supporting our work and efforts to ensure that the natural wild flock of Whooping Cranes and their habitat will be protected and healthy and that these magnificent cranes will always grace our skies and lands.

How to give

Won’t you please make a donation to FOTWW? If you wish to make a donation, please click on the “Donate” button, under the cover photo of our Facebook page or visit our website,  and click on the “Donate” button there.

Where your donation goes

For those who may not be totally familiar with FOTWW; We can assure you that 100% of your donation is for on the ground conservation/habitat management efforts because FOTWW is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and is an all volunteer organization, whose staff receives no salaries.

Help us, help the only natural wild flock of Whooping Cranes!

Thank you ~FOTWW

***** FOTWW’s mission is to help preserve and protect the Aransas/Wood Buffalo
population of wild whooping cranes and their habitat. *****

Friends of the Wild Whoopers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.

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