Started by two nine-year-old girls, and supported today by millions of children and adults alike, Kids Saving the Rainforest is a non-profit organization focused on protecting Earth’s luscious rainforests and the species inside them. We work to improve education about the ecological importance of rainforests and create programs that protect their native animals. There are several successful KSTR projects to support including the Wildlife Sanctuary, Rescue Center and Reforestation Program. Here are just five of the many different ways to support us.
Any way that you can offer your support can go a long way and is greatly appreciated. Check out the “Our Projects” tab on our website for more information and to learn how important the work that you’re supporting is.
AUTHOR: CARA BENSON
IT'S KSTR'S PRESIDENT JENNIFER RICE'S BIRTHDAY
Help us wish the President of Kids Saving the Rainforest a Happy Birthday!
Jennifer Rice helped her daughter Janine Licare and her friend Aislin Livingstone begin an organization that would help children save the rainforest.
19 years later this organization has grown into having a Wildlife rescue center, a volunteer center, building Wildlife bridges and rescuing and rehabilitating around 200 animals a year.
Watch an interview with her where she explains the great work she has done.
Please help us celebrate her great work by donating to our #GlobalGivingcampaign at the link below:https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/kids-saving-the-rainforest-clinic-and-reforestation/
AUTHOR: WENDY RUBIANO
HAPPY SLOTH SUNDAY - FATHER’S DAY!
Happy Sloth Sunday - Father’s Day!
This is Monty. When he arrived after a fall, he seemed very strong & healthy, but it turns out that he has a very serious heart condition. 🙁
He has had various tests & been assessed by a cardiologist...and the sad reality is that his chance of surviving long is very low...
But we are doing everything we can for him & trying to give him the best chance at life, while letting him have supervised exercise...and trying to supply him with lots of his favorite leaves (including cinnamon, guarumo/cecropia & guarumo fruit).
Thanks to the Costa Rican guide at the national park (who is a father), that helped us save him...and the cardiologist (who is a father) for guiding us on how to help him.