Teachers, you can help us in many ways!
First, you can tell children about our online resources including this website, our blog, and YouTube channel so they can learn about the rainforest, how it is being destroyed and information about how they can help to save it. You can expand your research with older kids about how the rainforest contributes enormously to the overall health of our planet by cleansing earth’s atmosphere and is very necessary for people all over the world. Educating kids about the urgent need to work to save rainforest areas is very important in raising the priority of rainforest preservation for the coming generation.
You and your class can visit the sponsorship section of our website and adopt a tree, sponsor a monkey bridge, simply make a donation or choose several other meaningful ways to help the animals of the rainforest directly. KSTR is in dire need of support from teachers and students around the world.
It is the hope of our organization that teachers who have learned about the Kids Saving the Rainforest and its pledge will make efforts to educate their students about the rainforests of Manuel Antonio and then help raise money to assist us in protecting our local rainforests and helping the animals who make the rainforest their home.
If you are a student reading this page, please take this information to your teacher to see if your school can get involved.
It’s never to late to help!
Hi. We’re grade 8 students from Osnovna sola Pivka, Slovenia. During one of our English lessons we read an article about the ‘Kids Saving the Rainforest’ project. It was an article in our English book, and many of us felt it was just something that had to be read and nothing more. But after our English teacher showed us the project website and a few videos on endangered animals and how the rainforest is being destroyed, we began to think differently and wanted to make a contribution to the project too. Even though it often seems that environmental problems like the ones mentioned on the website are too far away to be real, in reality they are very close and spreading fast.
With our donation of $40,00 we bought two mango trees that will be planted in the wildlife enclosure in Costa Rica to help the endangered monkeys that are being raised there.
We all feel very happy to have been able to help with our contribution small as it was.
Thank you Janine and Jennifer for letting us help save our beautiful planet.